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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 3804 Series Frosted Crystal Vinyl -15" wide

SKU: 3804-1500
Price: $3.75 / Foot
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Product Highlights
  • Frosted matte finish
  • Up to 5 years outdoors when applied correctly
  • Conforms to flat and simple curves 
  • Approximately 3.2 mils thick (3.2/1000")
  • Approximately 15" wide. Acceptable variance range +/- 1/4"
Quantity Discount / Foot
Qty. Price Price
  1 - 14   $3.75 $3.75
  15 - 29   $3.38 $3.38
  30 - 149   $3.00 $3.00
  150+   $2.63 $2.63
Quantity discount pricing per foot. Full master roll = 150' (50 yds.)
Description
Reviews (2)

The FDC 3804 Series Frosted Crystal is a premium cast vinyl film with a high degree of transparency. This product is great for window graphics and lettering. This product also is good for interior P.O.P signage and displays. Available in 5 popular colors (see the Color Choices tab).

  • Thickness: 3.2 mil.
  • Applications: Flat or simple curves.
  • Durability: Up to 5 years outdoors when properly applied (vertical exposure, unprinted). 
  • Finish: Matte

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.
 

Frosted Gold
 

Frosted Green
 

Frosted Blue
 

Frosted Silver
 

Frosted Rose

The colors samples provided here may not be exact representations of the vinyl colors. Various factors such as monitor resolution, color settings and display type can all effect how the colors are viewed on the Internet.