In most cases, you should replace your floor graphics if the edges are peeling or curling up from the floor or if other parts of the graphic are separating from the floor. If you think the material could possibly cause someone to trip over it, remove it at once. You shouldn’t notice any fading of the ink on the print itself since floor graphics that leave our facility are protected with an durable anti-slip overlaminate that also serves to protect the ink underneath. However, if the image is compromised by scratches or other defects, that may also be a reason to remove the graphic and install a new one in its place.
Written by Corey ThompsonUpdated over a week ago