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    Avery® SF100 Fluorescent Yellow vinyl films are the perfect way to add visibility and style to just about anything you can think of. Use it as an accent wrap, to cut decals for crafting projects, as a temporary pinstripe or for your kids' notebooks and binders. With a six month lifespan this film is intended for long-term use but it does the job while it lasts. Don't forget to take pics and send them in to us to get our $20 Instant Rebate Refund too!

    SF100-229-S
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    Avery Graphics™ SF 100 Fluorescent Vinyl Wrap

    • Cast, 5.7 mil film
    • High-gloss, neon
    • 6 Months Outdoor Durability
    • Easy Apply™ RS technology for bubble free installations
    • 24-inch width

    Avery Dennison™ SF100 Metallic Super Cast Film

    Avery™ SF 100 Fluorescent vinyl films are ideal when you want high visibility for car shows, promotional wraps and just plain old style. Available in six brilliant colors, these neon films are great for short term use because they last for only six months' time.

    SF 100 Fluorescent Series Specifications

    • Finish: Glossy  
    • Installation Temperature Range: +60°F (+16°C) minimum (air and substrate)
    • End Use Temperature Range: -50°F to 180°F (-40°C to 82°C)
    • Adhesives: : Permanent Pigmented Acrylic
    • Liner: 90# StaFlat, Poly-Coated with Avery Dennison Graphics Easy Apply™ technology 
    • Conformability: Flat, simple curves
    • Thickness: 2.2 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 Fluorescent wraps on your vehicle, write up a brief review and send it to us. Within a few days 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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