Looking for a photolumiscent film to use on your car, in signage or for a DIY product but haven't been able to find anything but paints and dips? Look no further than Avery SF100 Green Glow in the Dark film. Made from a durable, 6 mil thick polyester film, you'll love the bright neon green glow of this self-adhesive film wherever you use it. Ideal for use in Cricut, Silhouette and other computer plotter cutters, get yours today!

Manufacturer Part Number: SF100-120-S
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    Avery Graphics™ SF 100 Green Glow in the Dark Film

    • Cast, 6 mil film
    • High-gloss, neon
    • 5 Year, Indoor Durability
    • 48-inch width

    Avery Dennison™ SF100 Glow-in-the-Dark Film

    Avery Dennison™ Greeb Glow-in-the-Dark Film is a premium, photoluminescent, polyester film. Engineered for use in emergency exit and directional signs, identification of fire alarms, fire extinguishers and evacuation routes it is also perfect as an accent on your car, truck or SUV. Give your vehicle the look of a Tron Light bike by accenting its body lines with this green, glow-in-the-dark film or use it to accent your helmet or skateboard for visibility during night rides!

    SF 100 Glow in the Dark Series Specifications

    • Finish: Gloss 
    • Color: Green 
    • Installation Temperature Range: 50° F (10° C)
    • End Use Temperature Range: -40° to 176°F (-40° to 80° C)
    • Adhesives: : Clear Permanent 
    • Liner: 78# bleached Kraft
    • Conformability: Flat, simple curves
    • Thickness: 6 mil
    • Application Type: Dry

    Cash Back for Your Photos

    Want to get up to $20 for your next project? Just send us 5 or 6 high-quality photos of your Avery Dennison™ SF 100 Glow in the Dark film on your vehicle or in your sign project and send it in to us. We'll process your submissions and issue up to a $20 Refund! So, don't just sit there, pick up a roll and get your cash today!


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