Pressure activated adhesive allows the film to slide easily on the substrate, be positioned with light finger pressure, and repositioned if it is not in the right place. However, so that a good adhesive bond is established, the positionability feature is lost when:

  • Firm pressure with a squeegee or other application tool is applied.
  • Application temperatures are above 100°F (38°C), even if only light finger pressure was used for tacking. Note: graphics applied above the maximum recommended application temperature may pre-adhere.
  • If any part of the film is removed from the original liner and reapplied to the same or another liner.