|Once cut to size then line up the vinyl on the surface of the project, then peel around 10-15cm of the backing paper from the top of the film. Line up the sheet on the item and stick the top strip to the item.|
|You can then pull the paperback down from the underside while using the squeegee on top to push the vinyl down on the surface. If you come across any bubbles just push them out with the squeegee to the closest side.|
|If the project has curves or bends you can use heat from a heatgun to soften the vinyl and you can then stretch the film around the curve. Do an overlap behind the object if possible to keep it secure. When possible do a test with a cut off of the vinyl so you have practice before doing the larger item.|
|As these are thicker than normal vinyls we recommend using an adhesive promoter like 3M 94 Primer on all edges, bends and recesses to secure the vinyl for a longer lifespan. This primer should be available from your local 3M distributor or online from a local supplier.|
Where do you ship to?
We ship from our EU warehouse to anywhere in Europe, United Kingdom, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa.
We ship samples to all other country's in the world but for rolls of the vinyl please contact us for a custom shipping quote.
Can I order samples?
Yes you can order 18 x 7cm samples on each product page by clicking the black 'ADD SAMPLE TO CART' button under the description. You can order up to 23 samples with low shipping rates to any country in the world.
We also have full swatches available which are perfect for the trade.
When will my order ship?
After your payment is verified we generally ship your item on the same day if ordered before 10am (GMT) or any order after this time will be shipped the following business day.
Will I have to pay international taxes & Duties?
If you are in the EU or United Kingdom you will not have any import duty or tax to pay. For all other countries you will not be charged any sales tax or VAT at checkout but you may be liable for import duty and taxes.
We ship from the EU so you should contact your customs office for specific amounts and percentages as it varies from country to country.
What is your return policy?
It is always best to order a sample if you are unsure of the colour before ordering a large amount. Samples are available on the product pages.
You may return unopened items within 7 days of delivery for a refund. We'll only pay the return shipping costs if the return is a result of our error (you received an incorrect or defective item, etc.).
As our Vinyl's are cut to order we deduct a 20% re-stocking fee of the value of the returned item unless the item is damaged or defective.
What size should I order?
Well this is tricky to answer, there are so many different applications so every project varies. The best advice we have for you is to allow an extra 10cm on each side, especially if you doing an overlap on the back of the door or table.
Also always try to simplify it, for example on a kitchen break down each cabinet door into category's, 4 large doors, 8 small doors, 8 drawers etc. Then you can work out how many doors you can fit in each meter (3.3ft) of wrap.
Also be aware when ordering a wrap with a grain in it you will need the grain to run along the same way on all doors, this may effect your measurements.
And if you are really unsure then just send us a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org and our experts can advise what you would need to order.
What type of surfaces can I apply your vinyls to?
Once the surface is a smooth and clean the wrap will stick to it so the limitations are endless. PVC, Laminates, MDF, Metals, Plastics, Painted Walls, Tiles and much more.
Can an adhesive Primer be used with the Vinyl?
As this vinyl is thicker than most films an adhesive promoter can be used to secure the vinyl in areas where there might be tension or on the edges. Most of our customers use 3M 94 Primer which you can apply to these areas in a thin line of coating and it drys in a few seconds. This will bond the vinyl more securely. Unfortunately we cannot ship this as we only ship by air and it is flammable liquid but it should be widely available in your country online.
|Application temperature||/||+15°C to +25°C|
|Tensile strength (MPA)||ASTM D882||35|
|Elongation (%)||ASTM D882||160|
|Holding Power(h)||paste on steel board,hang on by 1kg weight under 29℃ and 55%, GB/T4851-1998||≧18|
|Initial Tack(N/25mm))||under 24℃ and 26%, GB31125-2014||≤16|
|Humidity Resistance||120 hours exposure||No Detrimental Effect|
|Saltspray Resistance||120 hours exposure||No Detrimental Effect|
|Water Resistance||120 hours exposure||No Detrimental Effect|
|Chemical Resistance||1hour diesel oil immersion,4hours antifreeze immersion||No Detrimental Effect|
Got this for our kitchen worktops as they badly needed an upgrade.
The surface itself looks fantastic and it is fairly thick which you would expect for the price but I did notice when I was fitting it that it does have a tendency to tear whenever you need to cut it like when you need to do a corner or go around something like a built in hob. I think the only way to avoid this would be to cut it to the perfect size before applying but with our kitchen and I would suspect most it isn't just a straightforward 6 foot worktop like in the video and we live in a house where some of the walls are not exactly straight.
I chalked this down to experience as I expect someone who has had a little more experience may have been able to avoid some of the issues I had.
One thing I am not happy about is that it keeps coming away under the worktop so it looks like I am going to have to get the superglue out to make sure it stays put.
Overall I am happy with the new look it has given the kitchen but wouldn't want anyone looking to closely if you get my meaning.