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Specialty Graphics Supply, Inc., Heat Transfer Vinyl, Sign Vinyl, Rhinestones, Transfer Papers, Equipment and More

We offer top-quality Roland, Graphtec and Silhouette vinyl cutter plotters. We also offer heat presses from Stahls Hotronix. We specialize in t-shirt and apparel decorating and offer the world's largest selection of heat applied vinyls from Chemica, Specialty Materials and Siser.

FDC 2800 Series Mirror Finish Film - 15" x By the Foot

SKU: 2800-1500-xxx
Price: $2.79 / Foot
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Product Highlights
  • Brilliant metallic finish
  • Up to 2 years outdoors when properly applied
  • Conforms to flat surfaces
  • Approximately 2 mils thick (2/1000")
  • Approximately 15" wide.  Acceptable variance range +/- 1/4"
Quantity Discount / Foot
Qty. Price Price
  1 - 14   $2.79 $2.79
  15+   $2.46 $2.46
Quantity discount pricing per foot.
Description
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The FDC 2800 Series vinyl film has a mirror-like finish and is available in Silver (chrome) or Gold.  It is a metallic polyester vinyl with both the brilliance and luster of a bright metal finish and is ideal for window and automotive graphics.

  • Colors available: Gold & Silver
  • Film thickness: 2 mil. (2/1000")
  • Durability: Up to 2 years outdoors.  Please note that the Gold finish will eventually fade to a silver finish with outdoor exposure to the sun.  No fading indoors.
  • Conformability: Flat or simple curves
  • Adhesive: Permanent/Clear
  • Application range: Minimum  50° F

Other information:

  • All vinyl that we offer may contain a random roll splice.
  • Quantity discount pricing is on a single color, per roll basis.
  • Lengths of 15 feet or longer will be rolled onto a cardboard tube.
  • By the foot lengths under 15 feet are not returnable.
 

Super Silver
 

Super Gold

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