TAP Plastics: Lynnwood, WA
4232 196th Street SW
Lynnwood, WA 98036

Email: tap33@tapplastics.com

Open: Mon-Fri 8:30 to 6, Sat 9 to 5.

Phone: 425.977.4440
Fax: 425.977.4441

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TAP Plastics: Lynnwood, WA
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Manager: Ben Winslow
Email: manager33@tapplastics.com

Ben has been with TAP since November 2015.

"Wow! I love this place. I was looking for a large sheet of clear plastic for a home project where the glass was not a practical option. After a quick Google, I discovered TAP Plastics. Their website contained a wealth of information on the plastic alternatives to glass. And I mean wealth: detailed descriptions on different kinds of plastic, lots of pictures, how-to videos, and a configuration app to help you gauge cost...and they cut-to-order! For my project, I settled on clear extruded acrylic. It was suitable for my needs and the most cost-effective. I entered the desired thickness and my measurements into their configuration app and added the order to my cart. Now, my measures were for three and a half feet of plastic, not something the post office has a pre-paid box for. The shipping cost was not unreasonable but also almost half the price of my order. That's when I noticed on their website that they had retail stores. I investigated, and to my sheer joy, I discovered that they had an outlet just a stone's throw away in Lynnwood! Ordering in-store was a breeze, and I was out the door with my cut-to-order plastic in mere minutes. I spent more time before my order just looking around the store and marveling at all the different things they offered and what you could make yourself with plastic--these guys have a section for cosplayers! Seriously! Bottom line: if you need plastic and know what you're looking for. TAP Plastics is the way to go. And if you don't quite understand what you're looking for, go to tapplastics.com and educate yourself on your options. You can't D.I.Y. without 411."

Yelp review from George A. Everett, WA
December 4, 2018