Product Name: Glitter Effect Cutting Vinyl Film For Advertising and Decoration
- Sign and Craft film is a series of vinyl decals that are placed
over the body panels of the vehicle, letting you drastically change
its appearance. The design options include a standard glossy color,
gradient color, matte finish, chrome metallic color, and full-on
- Industrial high-grade vinyl formulated for sticking to Metals,
wood, glass and plastics.
- Features permanent, solvent-based adhesive for indoor, outdoor and
- Highly scratch, scuff, water and chemical resistant. Can be machine
washed without peeling!
- high-gloss finish. Easy weeding capabilities for precision
|1. Face Film||Type:||PVC Film||Thickness:||60-80 µm|
|2. Adhesive||Type:||Clear Removable Acrylic Adhesive|
|3. Liner||Type:||Paper Plastic Liner||Thickness:||100 gsm|
|4. Max Durability||Up to 1 years|
|5. Product Size||Width||Length|
|Notice: There is a Minimum Order Requirement for Special Product
Advantages of Applying Color Cutting Vinyl Film:
- customize your car’s look. A vinyl wrap is a whole lot more
affordable and much more noticeable than opting for a spoiler or a
new set of rims, creating lasting, impactful changes of your
vehicle’s look. You can get wraps in any color, letting you
completely overhaul your car’s appearance without making any
- Professional results. Unlike many vehicular accessories, this is
something even an experienced DIYer can take on. Car vinyl wraps
are made to be user-friendly and intuitive, with the material
responding to heat and doing a lot of the work for you. Provided
you take your time during setup, it’s shocking how smooth and
stylish a newly-wrapped car can be.
- Protects the car’s paint. In terms of functional benefits, the wrap
is literally a physical barrier that protects the paint on your
car. The vinyl is relatively thin, yes, but due to the flexible
nature of the polymer, it resists low-force scratches well. It
keeps your paint out of the sun and helps it last longer overall.
- Affordable improvement. Getting your own car vinyl wrap can save
you some expensive shop time. Though the project isn’t complex, it
is time-consuming, and anyone who’s been to a mechanic knows that
those hours can add up. Thankfully, vinyl wraps are easy to get in
place, having evolved a lot since Milton Hershey invented them in
- Useful on exterior and interior. When you think of car vinyl wrap,
you might think of a complete exterior overhaul. But vinyl has
applications inside your car as well. If you cut it to size and
pick a suitable color, it can really jazz up your dashboard, accent
your radio, or make your doors more stylish. Yes, vinyl wraps are
functional, but they also lend themselves to artistic applications.
1. What Surface Will I Be Working With?
If you’re working with a hard and flat surface, then your job is
easy. Nearly any vinyl will work well on these types of surfaces.
If you’re working with a gently curved surface, your job will be a
bit trickier, as not all vinyl is up to this task. Finally, if
you’re dealing with a highly irregular and curved surface, you’ll
need to be very selective when you shop, as not many vinyl
varieties can handle these surfaces. Once you establish the answer
to this crucial question, pay close attention to the specifications
of any vinyl you’re considering to see if it will be suitable.
2. Will This Surface Be Indoors or Outdoors?
Some vinyl is built to last through sunshine, rain, snow and wind,
while other varieties are better suited to a relatively easy life
indoors. Even if you are thinking of crafting vinyl for indoor
usage, ask yourself what kind of wear and tear it will incur.
Dishes, for example, will need washing. If you’re planning to craft
a decal for a mug or water bottle, you may want to consider an
outdoor vinyl that can withstand many washes. Always check any
vinyl you buy to see if it’s recommended for indoor or outdoor use.
3. How Permanent Will My Craft Be?
Different types of vinyl have different lifespans. Some only last
three years while others can last ten or more. This variation is
useful because it allows you to tailor the vinyl you choose to how
long you want it to last. If you’re crafting a decal that you’ll
want to swap out for something new in a year, it makes sense to
choose a vinyl with a shorter lifespan, for example.
4. How Important Is Color to Me?
Some vinyl comes in virtually every color of the rainbow, while
other types come only in black or white. If color is important for
your project, and you enjoy having a large variety to choose from,
opt for a line that includes plenty of color options. If you’re
more interested in how the vinyl performs than what color it is,
you may be happy with an option that offers only a few basic color
choices. Additionally, if you’re looking for vinyl in one
particular color, you’re limited to products that offer this color,
regardless of other specifications.
5. What Crafting Processes Will I Be Using?
Unless stated otherwise, you can use craft vinyl cutters on most
vinyl. Despite this near-universal compatibility, however, some
vinyl is intended to work especially well with certain name brand
cutting machines. Additionally, other vinyl is engineered to make
for easy weeding. If you plan to complete intricate vinyl cutting
and weeding, it might be worthwhile to search out vinyl that’s
designed to work well for these processes.
Product Applications and Performances: