Nekoosa Adds an Optically Clear Option to its Hi-Stat Cling Vinyl Line
Nekoosa expands its Mojave Digital Media Hi-Stat portfolio to include Opti-Cling, an 8 mil. optically clear cling vinyl, in 54”x50 yd. and 54”x150 yd. rolls with custom sizes available – including sheets.
The highly plasticized, self-clinging flexible vinyl film is backed with a matte clear film liner for exceptional clarity. It requires no adhesive, applies quickly to most smooth polished surfaces, and is easily repositioned or removed. Ideal for reverse printed signage, P.O.P. window decals, automotive window decals, and LED screen protection, Opti-Cling can be wet or dry installed, indoors or out.
“Opti-Cling provides wide format solvent, eco-sol, latex, and UV inkjet printers the ability to offer optically clear easy dry or wet installation to their customers for high-end window graphics inside or out, says Robert Rundle, Marketing Manager at Nekoosa. “We are excited to have such a versatile product in our Mojave wide format product offering; this product allows retail merchants to have professional looking window graphics they can easily install themselves.”
54”x15’ sample rolls are available free of charge and can be requested at email@example.com.
The optically clear cling vinyl can be purchased from a franchised Mojave distributor throughout North America and Canada. For more information on the complete Mojave portfolio, or to find a dealer near you, please visit the Mojave website or call Nekoosa’s customer service team at (800) 826-4886.
Mojave Digital Media is Nekoosa’s portfolio of wide format media. In addition to Opti-Cling, the portfolio includes LumaPrint, Synaps OM, Wall Graphics, ChalkTalk, Ztac, ClingZ, Hi-Stat, Sign-Ad, Trans-Ad, Walk-On Graphics, Catapaque, Mojave One-Way Vision, Mojave Barrier Film, Mojave Overlaminates, and Mojave Mounting Films. Mojave Digital Media, operated under Catalina Graphics Films, was acquired by Nekoosa in 2018.
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