|Applications:||GF 207 is designed for window decals, temporary product markings, point of purchase displays and protective masking.|
Techniques - The surface must be clean, smooth and as close to room temperature as possible. Cold surfaces reduce the cling of the vinyl. Small decals may be applied dry. Large decals should be applied by wetting the substrate and the decal with glass cleaner. Use a roller to smooth the decal onto the substrate.
Substrates - Static cling vinyl is designed for temporary application to glass. It may also function adequately on other smooth, clean surfaces such as metal and plastics. Thoroughly test this product when applying to painted surfaces. Hazing may develop on the painted surface with extended exposure to static cling vinyl.
|Temperature Ranges:||Minimum application temperature 40°F.|
Service temperature range 20°F to 200°F.
|Expected Exterior Exposure:||GF 207 may be used for temporary applications to exterior glass, up to 3 months. Temperature, wind and rain may also limit the bond of static cling vinyl to exterior windows. Clear static cling can yellow with prolonged exposure to UV radiation.|
|Storage Stability:||3 months. Excessive heat over 75°F. and humidity over 50% increases the rate of plasticizer migration. These factors could affect printability and ink adhesion.|
|Product Codes:||207-27 (27” X 75’ roll)|
207-54 (54” X 75’ roll)
207-5415 (54” X 150’ roll)
207-60 (54" X 75' roll)
207-6015 (60" X 150' roll)
|Recommendations:||Completely evaporate inkjet solvents before application. Failure to do so may facilitate solvent penetration resulting in vinyl degradation.|