The Methacrylate (Plexiglas-PMMA) is a high-quality very special material that is highly glossy and very noble. This is why it requires a specific cleaning treatment. It is very simple and you are not required to use a cleaning product that is specific for methacrylate; however, you must take into account a very important point: must not be cleaned Products manufactured with methacrylate (Plexiglas-PMMA) with agents containing alcohol or its by-products o derivados de alcohol. Ante la duda y si no tienes claro que producto de limpieza contiene o no alcohol o derivados, simplemente utiliza papel de celulosa suave de máxima calidad humedecido con algo de agua.

It is not an error. Some of our methacrylate (Plexiglas-PMMA) products are coated with a a very thin polyethylene film, of a bluish or greenish colour, in order to attain a maximal protection of the parts containing such material before their usage and during their transport. This protecting film is strongly adhered to the products or pieces. As opposed to what occurs with products in other materials, the film is so strongly adhered that it can look as if it were the material itself. In order to remove it, you must insert one of your finger nails into a corner or use, very carefully, a cutter. Using your finger nail is more advisable but, if you have to use a cutter, make sure that you do not touch the methacrylate (Plexiglas-PMMA) and that you only lift a small flap of the film. .

Once the corner of the film is lifted, you can remove the rest of the film by hand..

Methacrylate (Plexiglas-PMMA) differs from other materials, highly different from wood or metal. Due to its high transparency, gloss and characteristics, it must be submitted to a very special treatment. When you need to use a metal screw to fasten a methacrylate piece, be careful with your tools to avoid marking or scratching the pieces and, especially, do not apply excessive strength on the metal screws as you would with other materials..

The Methacrylate lecterns (Plexiglas-PMMA) for events, exhibitions and points of sail are highly resistant and manufactured with very thick parts. However, it is always convenient to move them fastened to the central part (the body) of the lectern. It is not advisable to hold the lectern by its upper part.