Bunny Wall Decal
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Bunny Size: 350mm wide x 529mm high
Name Size: Various
The Wall decal is made up of a black matt bottom layer that is removable from most painted wall surfaces. The colours are made up of a gloss vinyl that is easily cleaned.
Vinyl Product Description:
Soft PVC film which conforms well with the substrate. For indoor applications such as markings, inscriptions and decorations applied to wall surfaces
Gauge: 80 micron
Tensile Strength min. 19 MPa
Elongation at break Along min. 130%, Across min. 150%
Application temperature > +10°C
Type Silicone coated paper on one side
Removability Removable from most surfaces without residue.
Fire Rating DIN EN 13501-1 B-s2, d= (flame retardant, limited smoke, no draining)
Service life by specialist application (Indoor Use) 2 years
Clean the surface right before lamination because dust and other suspended particles may quickly stick to the surface. The best cleaning results are achieved with a dry and a non-fuzzing microfibre cloth. Please watch out particularly for areas where angles and edges of the graphics will be.
The film is applied in a dry state.
Surfaces to which the material will be applied must be thoroughly cleaned and free from dust, grease or any other contamination that could affect the adhesion of the material.
Freshly lacquered or painted surfaces should be allowed to dry for at least three weeks and to completely cure.
The compatibility of selected lacquers and paints should be tested by the user, prior to application of the material.
Not recommended for surfaces such as: • roughly structured surface • Concrete, cement wall, unpainted plaster • freshly painted surfaces (not dried) • areas with dirt-repellent surface • moist room walls (e.g. bathroom, garage) or even just damp walls • dirty walls (e.g. nicotine, fat) • hard-to-stick surfaces (e.g. old wall paper)
Environment and surface temperature must be at least + 20° C before these films can be removed. Using a knife, first lift up cautiously one corner of the film. Then slowly draw the film from the surface at a 180° angle. Heating the film with a hot-air gun while pulling makes removal considerably easier. If the film being removed is very old, a small amount of residue from the adhesive may remain on the surface. It can be removed easily with varnish thinner.