3M™ 8508/8509/8510 2.3 Mil to 3.5 Mil 4yr

  • 8508/8509/8510 2.3 mil to 3.5 mil 4yr

    61" 8509 & 8509 are discontinued and being replaced with 60". Available while supplies last

  • 8508 2.3 Mil Gloss

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    61" 8508 is discontinued and being replaced with 60". Available while supplies last

  • 8509 3 Mil Luster

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    61" 8509 is discontinued and being replaced with 60". Available while supplies last

  • 8510 3.5 Mil Matte

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PRODUCT DETAILS

NOTE: 50 yd orders contain two 25 yd rolls

 

8508 Gloss 2.3 Mil Cast

  • Economical choice for digital printed promotional graphics that requires a gloss finish
  • Designed for use on flat surfaces and simple curves only
  • Protects digitally printed vinyl from moisture and abrasion
  • Clear permanent adhesive
  • Up to 4 year outdoor durability

8509 Luster 3 Mil Calendared

  • Economical choice for digitally printed promotional graphics that require a luster finish
  • Designed for use on flat surfaces and simple curves only
  • UL approved for indoor floors providing protection from dirt and foot traffic for up to three months
  • Clear permanent adhesive
  • Up to 4 year outdoor durability

8510 Matte 3.5 Mil Intermediate Calendered 

  • Economical choice for digitally printed promotional graphics that require a matte finish
  • Designed for use on flat surfaces and simple curves only
  • Clear permanent adhesive
  • Up to 4 year outdoor durability

 

 




Using 3M Scotch tape with over laminate films.

"Separating the clear release liner from the overlaminate can be challenging. Try sticking a piece of 3M Scotch tape in the corner of the face and back of the overlaminate. Pull both pieces of tape away at the same time. This should allow you to separate the overlaminate from the liner so you can get things started."

Using 3M Scotch tape with over laminate films.

"Separating the clear release liner from the overlaminate can be challenging. Try sticking a piece of 3M Scotch tape in the corner of the face and back of the overlaminate. Pull both pieces of tape away at the same time. This should allow you to separate the overlaminate from the liner so you can get things started."

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