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DecoFilm Brilliant Chameleon Roll - 19" wide

SKU: DFBC-1900-xxx
Price: $3.49 / Foot
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Quantity Discount / Foot
Qty. Price Price
  1 - 2   $3.49 $3.49
  3 - 14   $3.32 $3.32
  15 - 29   $2.66 $2.66
  30 - 89   $2.49 $2.49
  90+   $2.33 $2.33
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Full master roll = 90 feet (30 yds).
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DecoFilm Brilliant Chameleon from Specialty Materials is a really cool special effects heat transfer vinyl that has to be seen in person to fully appreciate.  DecoFilm Brilliant Chameleon's color and look will shift depending on the colors surrounding it.  It has a smooth, chrome-like surface with an iridescent shimmer.  It's sublimation friendly too.

DecoFilm Brilliant Chameleon Specifications:

  • Applies to cotton, uncoated polyester, cotton/poly blends, wool & linen, no nylon
  • Pressure sensitive carrier enables easy weeding and repositioning
  • Not opaque so the effect will change with the garment color
  • Recommended cutting blade: 45° or "standard" blade
  • Printable with sublimation inks
  • Thickness: 4 mils (100 microns)
  • Roll width: 19" to 19.5"
  • Not CPSIA certified
  • Not stretchable
  • Not layerable

More Information:

  • All rolls that we offer may contain a random roll splice
  • Roll lengths of 15' and longer will be rolled onto a cardboard tube.  Shorter lengths will be hand rolled and tubeless.
  • Roll lengths under 15' are not returnable.

 

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DecoFilm Brilliant Chameleon Blue Blue DecoFilm Brilliant Chameleon Green Green DecoFilm Brilliant Chameleon OrangeOrange DecoFilm Brilliant Chameleon PinkPink
DecoFilm Brilliant Chameleon RedRed DecoFilm Brilliant Chameleon VioletViolet    

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