Acrylic can be used in many different applications

Whether you're planning to replace your windows or simply protect a surface, acrylic sheeting is a practical solution. The clear plastic is lightweight and easily reusable, and is available in a variety of styles.
Typically, acrylic is sold in sheets that vary in thickness, and it is available in sizes from 4'x8' to 12 1/2'x10'. The material is easily formed, cut, and polished, and it offers excellent impact resistance and weather resistance.
Acrylic can be used in many different applications, including window and cabinet doors, mirrors, wall partitions, and more. It is highly durable, and is resistant to heat, scratching, and abrasion. It is also weather-resistant, so it won't yellow when exposed to the sun. It is commonly used in architectural applications, as well as for point of purchase display applications.
Acrylic is often used in commercial applications, as it provides abrasion resistance, and protection from chemicals. It is also resistant to extreme cold and high temperatures. It is a very durable material, making it a great alternative to glass.
Depending on the type of acrylic, there may be different coatings that can be applied to improve its performance characteristics. The material is also available in a frosted finish. Some acrylics are even made to be transparent and non-glare.
Acrylic is easy to cut and can be drilled without melting. The material is also available in a variety of colors, so it can be molded into specific shapes.
The material is also easy to polish, and can be painted or engraved. It is also available in a mirrored finish, which adds a reflective surface to the material. This allows for backlit signs and other light-diffusing applications.