Made in Michigan
Made in the USA
Personal, portable, Bi-fold TeamShield commercial grade acrylic shields. Use multiple bi-folds to configure you're own workspace to increase safety in group settings or use as a single unit. Multiple sizes available to fit both elementary and middle/high school desks or any size office desk or conference table.
Freestanding. No assembly Easy to clean
Adult: 23"W x 23"D x 19.5"H (8.2lbs)
Child: 18"W x 18"D x 15.75"H (5.4lbs)
Made of .25" (¼") thick premium clear acrylic. Folds easily to be portable and on the go
Hinge adjusts from 0˚ to 225˚. Built-in handles, sturdy rubber feet to help keep shield in place.
*Weight fluctuates slightly based on the varying thickness tolerance in the manufacturing of the raw acrylic.
CAUTION: Never use window cleaner, ammonia products, or other chemical sprays on acrylic!
Order this TeamShield product and it will ship next business day!
REMOVE PROTECTIVE FILM FROM BOTH SIDES. Attach optional rubber feet equally spaced to the bottom of the shield. No other assembly needed.
We recommend using Safely6ft.com's Plastic Clean & Shine cleaner (sold separately) or other commercially available plastic cleaner with a lint free microfiber cloth. It is possible to scratch acrylic, so NEVER use any scouring compounds or chemical cleaners such as glass cleaners (even if they are environmentally friendly, organic or non-scented). Should anything ever stick to an acrylic surface (such as an adhesive label or gummy substance) do not use any type of solvent.
Never use the same cloth that you clean other household items with – it can retain dirt, grit, and chemical residues that may harm your acrylic items. We recommend using a new or separate cloth for your acrylic care.
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