Our DOT approved heavy-duty commercial grade peel-n-stick blue reflective road markers are a great tool for locating fire hydrants, water-points, and other hard to see items in the dark. The 4 inch by 4 inch reflector is constructed of a hard acrylic for maximum strength and pre-coated with a sticky adhesive butyl pad for easy bonding. The highly visible internal reflector is protected by a rib and fish hook design. Simply peel off the paper backing and place firmly on asphalt or concrete. Designed for any highway and all types vehicles.
Our butyl pad is a pressure sensitive, self adhesive pad for installing pavement markers on asphalt or concrete. The butyl pad is 4" x 4" and approximately 3/4" thick.
Blue markers are typically used to mark fire hydrant locations. They are placed either in the center line of the roadway or on the edge near the fire hydrant. This will help firefighters during an emergency locate hidden fire hydrants.
- Install horizontally on any non-soil clean asphalt or concrete only
- Do not install vertically or upright
- No adhesive necessary
- #1 choice for marking fire hydrants for fire departments
- Reflectors are not battery operated or use solar power
How To Install A Road Marker - Clean surface. Peel white paper off the back of the reflector and stick in place. Face the reflective part of the road marker in the direction of oncoimg traffic when being used on the road or facing the entrance of a driveway. Drive over it slowly with a vehicle to create a proper seal.
How To Remove Road Marker - In the event your marker becomes damaged, just use a flat shovel and pry upward. Unlike road makers that use binding epoxy or construction glue, our markers are removable without damaging the asphalt or concrete.
IMPORTANT - Product Will Not Stay In Place On Gravel, Dirt, Mud, Or Any Other Type Of Loose Road Surface.