Inkjet Clear Film Water Slide
Water slide decal paper is used to apply
images and logos (or transfer images) using water to onto non porous substrates, such as glass,
glazed ceramic, porcelain, painted metal, finished (non pours
wood) scale models (some plastics) and many other.
(For porous substrates,
such as marble, slate, unfinished wood and such, use
this link > transfer decal
paper for pours material.)
Water slide decal paper is
intended for non pours substrates such as white porcelain coffee mug, vase, plastic scale model, finished
wood musical instrument (gloss finished wood) and so on. The
Papilio IAS paper is coated and made in the USA and designed for
use in inkjet printers using "die based" ink. (most common inkjet
printers) To successfully use this paper you must also purchase
clear aerosol fixative and rubber decal squeegee. Detailed
information is available on our e-commerce website where you can
make additional selections and purchase the water decal paper
on-line and select shipping options.
This inkjet clear film water slide decal paper
can used for a variety of decal purposes. Water applied decals can
be use in many different ways. Water slide decals can be used in
the finish of a painted metal objects such as a motorcycle
gas tank, on finished wood items such as wood musical instruments,
and on general arts and crafts items such as to decorate a wax candle
or customize scale models. Our water decal paper is also used by
craftsmen restoring antique items or memorabilia.
The water decal film is compatible with almost
any clear top coating finish including epoxy, urethane, oil enamel,
shellac and more.
For best results we strongly recommend using a
decal squeegee and quality non yellowing clear fixative. Both these
items the decal squeegee and the non yellowing fixative or clear
coating (aerosol or fluid) can be procured on our e-commerce website.
To see photos and projects made
using this paper, go to www.decaltalk.com
To order this product please go
to our new ecommerce website
This decal paper has been made in the USA since 1995 by HPS LLC in Texas.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016