Printable frosted film

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Printable frosted film

TOME 9030 series Printable Frosted Film: Translucent vinyl with removable adhesive, mimics frosted glass appearance. Ideal for aesthetic and functional manifestations on flat surfaces like glass, windows, and acrylic sheets.

Features

About Printable frosted window film

Printable frosted window film​ - TOME® 9030 series

Product Info


Face Film:

70um, Glossy

Adhesive:

Clear, Permanent

Liner:

120g Single PE-coated Kraft Silicone Paper

Lamination Type:

Cold Lamination

Data Sheet:

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Features

TOME 9030 series Printable Frosted Film: Striking frosted effect provides obscurity with light permeation. Versatile for privacy, elegance, and suitable for residential and commercial settings. Advantages include enhanced privacy, UV protection, and energy efficiency.

Details

To achieve the best results, it’s essential to follow the instructions for preparation and application.

Printable frosted window film Storage Conditions

Storage Conditions

Optimal performance tip: Store TOME 9030 series horizontally in original packaging, shielded from direct sunlight and heat. Recommended storage: 15-35°C (59-95°F), humidity: 20-65% RH.

Preparation

Proper Drying: Ensure materials are thoroughly dried before further processing. For optimal print and converting results, let rolls acclimatize in the print/lamination room for at least 24 hours.

Surface Preparation: Clean glass surface before applying the film. Remove grease, oils, dirt, or contaminants. Address any interference caused by substances like wax using a mild abrasive cleaner if necessary.

Printable frosted window film​

Applying

Printable Frosted Film is suitable for both dry and wet application, but dry application is recommended to minimize water residue. Lift the film, place the adhesive side on the clean window surface, and position it. Smooth out wrinkles or bubbles with light pressure using a squeegee, starting from the center and moving to the edges. Trim excess film neatly with a utility knife or scissors. Address any remaining bubbles or creases and let the film dry following the manufacturer’s instructions.

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