Control Foot Traffic And Keep Pests At Bay With Plastic Door Curtains

Are you looking to purchase plastic door curtains for your business? If so, you may be feeling at a bit of a loss regarding where to start if you have never purchased PVC curtains before. There is no need to fret, as we have put together this handy guide to give you a helping hand. More and more businesses are using plastic door curtains today because they provide a number of different benefits. While they can be used simply to separate different areas of your premises, their advantages extend a lot further than this, as you will discover below. However, the feel the full effects, you need to purchase with care.

What are the benefits of plastic door curtains?

 

Before diving into the shopping process, let’s first take a look at the reasons why plastic door curtains are a good idea for your business. Not only do PVC door curtains help to separate different areas of your business and control foot traffic, but also they are also ideal for maintaining temperature. Aside from this, they offer exceptional levels of flexibility, durability, and ease of use. They also ensure that there is no interference from weather and pests while also isolating an area against noise and the movement of airborne particles. Being an effective method of pest control is especially important for food businesses. Companies like ABC Pest Control can assist if further methods are needed. After all, the presence of pests can cause monumental losses for the business owner, as well as the suppliers and employees too. Plastic curtains can keep the large pests at bay, yet you’re going to need additional methods for smaller insects.

How to find the right plastic door curtains for you

Now that you know all about the benefits associated with plastic door curtains, it is important to figure out how to find the best ones for you. One of the main factors you need to consider when you are looking for plastic door curtains is the thickness of them. This will depend on what you require the PVC curtains for. The lightest strip curtains are not suitable for doors that need vehicle access; they are only advised for pedestrian entrances. Also, if you are purchasing plastic door curtains in order to aid with temperature regulation, you will need thicker PVC. You also need to ensure you get the correct fitting with your PVC strips.

Face fix is better suited for entrances at your business that need forklift access, as this fitting is more robust. Nonetheless, under-lintel fixings are ideal for pedestrian entrances, as they are quick and easy to install. The size of the curtain is also important. Of course, the entrance is something you will be able to measure and determine yourself, but you also need to determine whether you are going to need a full or half overlap. A 50 per cent overlap is ideal for interior doors, but for exterior doors, you will need a 100 per cent overlap.

Last but not least, you need to make sure you purchase your plastic door curtains from a reputable company. Make sure they are experienced and that they have a good reputation in the industry. You should be able to find this out by doing a bit of digging online. Read comments that have been left by previous customers. This is something that is easy to do today thanks to all of the different review and feedback platforms that are available. Moreover, do not simply go for the cheapest company you can find. If you do this, it will be a recipe for disaster, as you are bound to suffer at the hands of a lack of quality.

So there you have it; hopefully, you now feel better about purchasing plastic door curtains for your business. The benefits are extensive, and if you follow the tips mentioned above, you should have a stress-free shopping process. With numerous companies to select from, you should have no trouble getting exactly what you need. However, it is important to recognise that this is just one of the methods of protection you are going to need for your business.

 

Bully sticks- bull pizzle

Recently I was dog sitting for a friend and noticed a chew treat called a bully stick on the counter. The dog I was watching is a puppy and finished his last little piece of rawhide, so I gave him the bully stick. He really liked it and I was intrigued.

We don’t give Bailey The Dog rawhide treats because Karol doesn’t think it is safe for dogs to have that, so I am always on the lookout for a chew that isn’t rawhide (which is basically just leather) that I think Bailey The Dog will enjoy.

In the next few days I went to the pet store to get a new litter box and saw the bully sticks by the front door. So to make sure we weren’t just giving him cow skin I looked at the ingredients. There was ONE ingredient listed: bull pizzle. So Bully sticks- bull pizzle

I was like, “what the heck is bull pizzle?” So I asked the clerk if he knew what bull pizzle was and he said no. Now at this point in the story I need to say that I am glad that I didn’t just google it right then and there. Often I just ask Siri if I have a question, but thankfully my hands were full carrying the new litter box so I didn’t pull out my phone and ask Siri. And do you know WHY I am so glad I didn’t ask…….(wait for it)

 

Bull Pizzle is bull PENIS!!!!! Yes you read that right….bull PENIS!!

So basically the butcher killed the bull, made some steak, made some hamburger, then cut off his penis and stuck in in the drying machine and sold it as a dog treat?!?!! I am going to put a picture of a Bully Stick right here. And this picture is a dog with it in his mouth so you can get an idea of the dimensions of exactly how long a bully stick is……

 

I mean I am a city girl, definitely NOT a country girl, but it never occurred to me that a bull penis could be so long…….

Well, needless to say, poor Bailey probably won’t be getting a bully stick to chew on. I guess he will have to be satisfied with his Dentastix for now…..

Happy day y’all!!