• Printable Removable Chalkboard Film
    ChalkTalk® Chalkboard Film


ChalkTalk® chalkboard is a repositionable, removable adhesive film that can be used for a wide range of creative and promotional applications. ChalkTalk® cuts easily and can be applied to any flat, smooth, clean surface or directly to painted drywall, kitchen cabinets or refrigerators. When you are ready for a change, just peel off the film for a clean removal without the need for harmful chemicals.



Features

Printable
Repositionable and removable
Eco-friendly and child safe
Easy application and removal
Wipes clean with an eraser or damp cloth

Benefits

Instant application v. chalk paints
Writable with chalk or liquid chalk pens

Applications

Restaurant menu boards
To-do lists
Promotional displays
Writable chalkboards for children's bedrooms, refrigerator doors or kitchen cabinets



ChalkTalk®

Printable Removable Chalkboard Film

ChalkTalk® is a repositionable, removable chalkboard film that can be used for a wide range of creative and promotional applications.

ChalkTalk®

Printable Removable Chalkboard Film

 

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Tips and Tricks

In past articles, I cautioned that you should limit ink densities to no greater than 250% to 275%. One reason, is that the volume of ink that you print on a substrate has a direct effect on the dimensional stability of the film that you are printing on. The more ink that you lay down, the more contraction of the vinyl you can expect as the ink dries. When this happens, the applied graphic can peel at the edges. Even before the film is applied, the vinyl can start to curl at its edges on the release liner. Failure to limit ink density can also lead to other problems, which I will expound upon shortly.

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About five years ago, latex inkjet printers were introduced to the sign market, rapidly gaining acceptance as affordable alternatives to solvent and ecosolvent systems. This novel technology certainly filled a big void in the market. Any of the curling issues that printers encountered when printing on some pressure-sensitive vinyl films with solvent and ecosolvent inks were resolved, because latex inks are water-based. Read more


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