How to Remove Protective Plastic Film
- How to remove laser film from product exterior
- Removing blue plastic film covering door
- How to take off protective plastic film after installation
- White or blue film on stainless steel
Sub-Zero and Wolf products arrive with protective blue or white laser film on many parts. This film should be removed during installation.
- Peel plastic off as carefully as possible.
- If needed, use tweezers or another small device to peel one corner up to get started.
- Remove the film slowly to reduce the risk of tearing it.
For film stuck between glass and stainless steel:
- Use tweezers and start in one corner to pull up.
- Slowly peel around the edge to remove it.
Film may melt if not removed from cooking appliances before use.
If a residue is left after removing the protective film, refer to Clean Adhesive from Stainless Steel for more information.
Refer to the product Installation Guide for further installation information.
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