The purpose of anodising is to form a layer of aluminium oxide if you want to offer protection to the aluminium beneath it. The aluminium oxide layer has a much higher corrosion and abrasion resistance than aluminium. This makes it ideal for a door strip which gets numerous foot traffic. It also looks great as well!
EASY TO FIT – No screwing or drilling required, measure the gap with a tape measure, mark the metal with a pencil then cut to size with a hacksaw. You now simply peel off the backing, place in the desired spot, press down and admire your work.
LONG LASTING – The anodised matt finish gives a quality look but will also outlive similar strips that have a high gloss finish, scuffing the strip is very difficult in normal house hold use
ADAPTABLE – With the strong glue being with reference to the edge of the strip it means that it may be used to cover gaps that aren’t totally flush with each and every other, covering slight angles between flooring, in addition to sitting flat between even surfaces.
STYLISH – The silver anodised finish goes well in room settings with chrome or silver door handles and kitchen fittings.
SAFE – Because there’s no screws required there’s no chance of the screws working their way out of their fixing and protruding. Have you ever caught your sock on a raised screw? It’s also a safer surface for crawling babies and/or pets.