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“TPM Color Lab prefers the Mactac StreetRap aggressive adhesive when applying to smooth unfinished concrete surfaces which can be challenging. This film prints well on our Latex printers and when the 3.2 mil film is installed properly the result is a quality application that our customers have confidence in.”
TPM Color Lab
“Snow Signs and Krazy Wraps prefers Mactac StreetWrap when it comes to creating vibrant concrete or asphalt graphics that impress and last! Mactac’s StreetWrap is very easy to apply and the agresive solvent acrylic adhesive provides outstanding adhesion!”
Snow Signs/Krazy Wraps
For a more permanent concrete wrap, it's important to apply concrete primer/sealer/concrete paint (available at Home Depot) prior to installing your concrete vinyl. Complete the wrap by sealing the edges with 2-part epoxy and cutting back any seams to prevent water damage to your wrap.
"Before installing StreetRap, use a fine bristle brush to remove any dirt from the rough concrete or asphalt. The surface needs to be dry and above 50 degrees F to allow the adhesive to bond well."
“Printedge uses Mactac StreetRap for more than just great floor graphics. I’ve had great success using StreetRap on concrete block and brick for our Environmental Graphic installations. When the designers want graphics with fine detail installed on painted textured accent walls, I have found that MacTac StreetRap never fails to stay where I stick it, unlike other interior wall vinyls which will pull up on the edges.”
Printedge Environmental Graphics