PRINTED RINK LINER
NO MESS - NO FUSS
JUST ADD WATER
THE EASY SHEET®
Bye Bye Paint
The Easy Sheet is a patented, fully digitally-printed ice rink liner that eliminates the need for ice paint. It installs quickly and easily, creating a perfect sheet of ice every time. And when the season is over, there's no messy paint cleanup and disposal. Just dry them, roll them up and put them away until next season.
The Easy Sheet's reusability makes it a club investment that pays for itself in a short time. Roll it out and Just Add Water - it's that easy. You'll be ready to curl in a day and a half - not next week! You won't need an army of volunteers to get the job done either at the start or end of the season. No more paint migration either - even if the refrigeration plant goes down.
With the Easy Sheet, messy ice painting and clean-ups are ancient history. The Easy Sheet saves money, is environmentally-friendly and reusable. Best of all, it can be custom-printed to match your club or team colours, sponsors -- and special events!
ELK POINT CURLING CLUB
"Ice has been superb. We have about 5/8" over the sheets. Ice is keen and true. Finally some real ice! With the ice being consistent and keen across all the sheets, our club members have loved the change. Our brine temperatures are up from 19°F to 26°F."
CAMPBELLTON CURLING CLUB
Gordon Sampson, President of the Liverpool Curling Club writes: "The energy savings was a bonus but it’s not the reason we decided to go with the Hack-to-Hack sheets, We’d stopped using ice paint and had painted the floor instead, but that limited our off-season revenues. We wanted to change that, without going back to ice paint. We just didn't want to work so hard anymore.”."
CLYDE CURLING CLUB
"Using the plastic sheet with circles and lines already painted on it saves countless hours of time for an icemaker. This benefits both the icemaker and the club, since ice plants do not have to be started so soon in the fall, resulting in lower utility costs. It is a pleasure to just roll out a sheet already marked for curling and just add water."