Edge Guards

Edge Guards have lots of real-life applications for your business or personal use, protecting your items and saving you money. Trimco’s Edge Guards are made from semi-flexible PVC, which makes them ideal for both straight and round edges. The thermoplastic adhesive inside the guards guarantees a quick, easy installation. Here are some of the reasons you should consider acquiring one of Trimco’s Edge Guards:

  • Vehicle Protection

One of the most common applications for Edge Guard is to protect automotive door edges. If you are running a new or used car dealership or just want to protect your personal vehicle you may want to keep some of it around. This type of plastic edge trim has many applications on vehicles. Either way, you can trust our trim to protect your vehicle.

  • Lots of Sizes and Colors

Trimco offers a wide variety of sizes and colors of Edge Guards. Black, white or chrome for different thicknesses. Depending on the size of your order, you will have even more colors to choose. If you are unsure as to what type would work best for your business or personal use give us a call today! We can help you to determine what Edge Guard would work best for you.

  • Other Applications

If you are looking for a product that protects, decorates and covers up sharp or
unfinished edges on products such as vending machines, displays or furniture, Edge Guards may be ideal for you. They go along with a variety of materials, such as metal, plastic, glass, fiberglass, plexiglass and wood, adding safety and beauty. By applying Edge Guards to any of your products with unfinished, sharp edges, they will instantly look finished and professional, and you will be protecting yourself, your family, customers and employees.


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