Menu Enclosure

SKU: MENU

$399.00

The Menu Enclosure provides a secure and long-lasting marquee for your menu, building directory or bulletins. Made to be wall mounted inside or under a weather-protected overhang or vestibule. The stainless steel piano hinge and locking door make it durable and tamper resistant. With tack board made from recycled rubber, this is truly an eco-friendly message board!

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Description

The Menu Enclosure provides a secure and long-lasting marquee for your menu, building directory, or bulletins. Made to be wall-mounted inside or under a weather-protected overhang or vestibule. The stainless steel piano hinge and locking door make it durable and tamper-resistant. With tack board made from recycled rubber, this is truly an eco-friendly message board!

Features and Benefits:

  • Made of recycled HDPE plastic
  • Poly-carbonate window is scratch-resistant and stronger than acrylic
  • Ships fully assembled with mounting hardware
  • Recycled rubber tack board can’t mold or rot
  • Locking door and interior hinge mounting make it secure
  • 20-year commercial warranty
  • Made in the USA

Additional information

Weight 23 lbs
Dimensions 19.875 × 3 × 25.75 in
Color

Black, Green, Brown, Cedar, Charcoal, Sand, Weathered

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Cleaning & Maintenance Instructions

Plastic & Recycled Plastic Products

For Routine Maintenance & Cleaning

For general cleaning of plastic products, use soap and water or a household cleaner such as 409, Windex, etc. Do not use an abrasive cleaner.

For Most Stains

Most stains can be easily removed from plastic products with soap and water or a household cleaner such as 409, Windex or Simple Green. A pressure washer may be used. For best results only use the fan spray option and test a small inconspicuous area first.

For Persistent Stains

For more persistent stains, try an industrial-strength cleaner with a pressure washer or a 10% solution of bleach or vinegar. Test a small inconspicuous area first.