Clear Focus Econovue® 60/40

  • ECONOVUEDL54(25 OR 100)

    ECONOVUEDL54(25 OR 100)

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PRODUCT DETAILS

NOTE: 50 yd orders contain two 25 yd rolls

 

  • Great for POP, retail and commercial window signage  
  • Up to 1 year outdoor durability for short-term applications
  • Economy-grade 6 mil black/white composite perforated PVC with approximately 1.6 mm holes and 60/40 perforation pattern with a clear removable acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesive
  • Unique Do-ALLiner is a solid paper liner laminated to perforated paper, or "universal liner"
  • Print compatibility: Solvent, Eco-Solvent, UV and Latex



Putting the finishing touch on your vehicle wrap

"If you're looking for the ultimate finishing touch for a vehicle wrap, don't forget to print window perf with your killer design and install over the headlights and tail lights. It looks cool on, and doesn't alter brightness levels too much when the lights are on. Be sure to check the laws for your state before applying."

What's The Difference Between Perforation Patterns?

 

 

 

Should You Overlaminate Window Perf?

"If you want optimal protection for fading and scuff resistance then you must use optically clear vinyl overlaminate. However, if you want the utmost visibility through the perforated window film, then you can't vinyl overlaminate. In this case an aerosol spray overlaminate could be used prior to install and make sure that liquid does not plug up the perforations. Please note that if you do NOT use vinyl overlaminate it is very difficult to see through the perforated window vinyl when driving in the rain.

Do NOT Use Windex Before Wrapping!

"Ammonia based products, such as Windex, prevent the adhesive in window mounting adhesives from sticking to the glass. Instead use soap water, Rapid Prep, or alcohol to prep the surface."

Is The Glass Ready To Wrap?

"When installing window perf or other vinyl, many glass surfaces have wax or other invisible coatings on them (like RainX) that interfere with adhesion. Place several drops of water on the glass, if the water forms into beads there is a coating that must be removed. If the water does not form into beads there is no coating and you can proceed to clean with isopropyl alcohol."