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Pipe Bollard Covers DiagramBollard Covers for Steel Pipes


Why Ideal Shield?

As the manufacturer of the Original Bumper Post Sleeve with almost 20 years of experience in creating safety products, Ideal Shield has design products that are a cost-effective alternative to improve safety.  Their patented bollard covers are great alternatives to painting and will save a good deal of money.


Why They Make A Difference:

• No cracking

• No fading

• Never have to paint

• Permanent installation

• Greater overall appearance of your business and parking lot

• Mold-in or mold-on logos are available

• Corporate branding and color schemes can be easily matched.


These bollard covers are made of plastic and will withstand all climate conditions and therefore prevent cracking.  The UV resistant, anti-static plastic will keep your covers looking their very best for many years to come.  You will also receive an excellent 5-year guarantee against fading.


Red pipe bollard coversNot Just Some Bollard Cover:

Outside of never having to paint, these covers are very easy to install and are available in six colors.  Bollard covers will fit any pipe size and are also available up to 60-inches tall to accommodate many existing steel bollards.  You will also save a great deal of money when choosing Ideal Shield covers!


Ideal Shield bollard covers have so many more options, sizes, colors, and styles to choose from:

• Available in 1/4-inch or 1/8-inch thickness.

• Any color

• Will fit all pipe sizes 3-inches to 10-inches.

• Choose from 7 different decorative designs.

Lighting & New Striped Options

• Ships to multiple locations to reduce freight costs


Bollard covers with signs on topHow To Clean Your Bollard Covers:

Once spring is around the corner, it's time to clean both the inside and outside of your business, store, or facility  That also includes your bollard covers that have been protecting your property.  Here are some tips to help you properly clean the elements that have built upon your bollard covers during the winter months.


The natural elements can reap havoc on just about everything that is outside.  That includes mud, snow, salt, grass, etc.  Your bollard covers can handle all these elements but their marks will be left behind.  Thanks for their HDPE plastic, these covers are very easy to clean.


You will need a bucket of warm, soapy water, a non-abrasive, all-purpose cleaner, and some rags.  Wash down the cover with the warm, soapy water and use both wet and dry rags.


Once the plastic is completely clean, wiped down, and all debris has been removed, use a clean, fresh rag to dry it off.  Next, wash the cover again using the non-abrasive, all-purpose cleaner. This will help to remove any other remaining debris and give the plastic a really nice shine.


bollards in parking lotGraffiti:

As with many other outside surfaces, bollard covers can be subject to graffiti.  That said, there is a way to remove the ink left by vandals.


You will need a bucket of warm, soapy water, rags or paper towels, and a dry erase marker.


Take the dry erase marker and completely cover the graffiti.  Be sure the entire marker is completely covered with the dry erase.


Once it's completely covered, take a dry rag or paper towel and wipe off the ink.  This might take a little work or elbow-grease but all the ink should come off pretty easily.


Once the ink is gone, take the warm soapy water and a damp rag to clean up the entire area of the cover.


Stickers:

Because these covers are located in areas that have high-traffic, the covers are favorite places for people to place stickers to advertise or just to deface.  Using a good household product should remove the stickers with a little work.


bollard cover coparisionYou will need a bucket of warm, soapy water, rags, a small plastic or metal razor blade, and lacquer thinner (such as Goo Gone).


Use the warm soapy water and a rag to soak the stickers.  Once fully soaked, take the razor blade and carefully scrape off the sticker.  Be careful not to scratch the plastic's surface.


In most cases, there will still be some residue from the sticker left behind.  Take the lacquer thinner and place it over these areas.  After sitting for the recommended period time, use the razor blade or a rag to remove this residue.


Once the residue is completely removed, use the warm soapy water to wipe down the entire area.


Even though bollard covers are maintenance-free, giving your covers a good bath after a long winter will make them look so much fresher and ready for spring!