ORACAL® 8300 Transparent Calendered Film - Dark Green

Manufacturer Part Number: ORACAL-8300-060

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ORACAL® 8300 Dark Green Transparent film can help you create a stained glass or layered, deep forest effect on your shop's window, can be used as a laminate to make green chrome film with Avery™ SF100 Conform Chrome SW900 wrapping film or simply as a craft and sign vinyl. Buy by the foot in lengths of up to 10 yards. You'll love the 5 year rated durability, the 3 mil thickness and ease of use!

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    ORACAL® 8300 Dark Green Transparent film can help you create a stained glass or layered, deep forest effect on your shop's window, can be used as a laminate to make green chrome film with Avery™ SF100 Conform Chrome SW900 wrapping film or simply as a craft and sign vinyl. Buy by the foot in lengths of up to 10 yards. You'll love the 5 year rated durability, the 3 mil thickness and ease of use!

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    ORACAL® 8300 Transparent Cal Vinyl

    • Transparent tinted film
    • Clear, solvent-based, permanent adhesive
    • Great UV, temperature, humidity and salt spray performance
    • Made for easy weeding
    • 5 Year Outdoor Durability

    ORACAL® 8300 Transparent Calendered Vinyl

    ORACAL® 8300 Series Transparent Cal vinyl is an incredibly versatile film that can be used in any number of signage, craft, architectural and automotive applications. Want to make inspired wall art with a ghost effect? Looking to tint your headlights, tail lights or fog lights? Want to make a window decal or add some flair to a glass room divider? ORACAL® 8300 Transparent Cal vinyl is perfect for these applications and more. Convert rolls of this film quickly and easily using your plotter cutter or apply it as a headlight tint wrap using the standard, larger format 24-inch size. Buy by the foot and get only what you need.

    8300 Series Gloss Specifications

    • Finish: Gloss  
    • Minimum Installation Temperature:: 46°F
    • End Use Temperature Range: -40°F to 176°F (-40°C to 82°C)
    • Adhesives: Clear
    • Recommended Uses: Automotive, Architectural, Marine (above static water-line)
    • Conformability: Flat, compound, convex and concave curves
    • Thickness: 3 mil
    • Application Type: Wet or Dry


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    Number of questions: 2
    How well does this apply to cold-rolled stainless steel? Would this hold up to outside weather, direct sun, heat fluctuations, and sustained winds? Thank you.
    CTruckInLuck June 24, 2020 9:12 AM
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    CTruckInLuck, This would apply using a wet application method with a slip solution like Rapid Tac. There are special films for stainless steel, but they are only white and designed for digital printing. Although rated for outdoor use, exposure that you are referring to will most likely reduce the life expectancy of the film particularly for vertical applications assuming you are applying this to a side of a tanker. I would either order a small piece for testing or let us know more details about your project. We would also love to see it if you move forward. #RVINYL
    Rvinyl Product Guru June 25, 2020 6:00 AM
    I'm looking for something to cover the lens of an outdoor spotlight that contains a high pressure sodium bulb, but I need it to be temporary. Is this easily removed?
    April 9, 2020 9:48 PM
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    Great question. We have never used this to "tint" the lens of a high pressure sodium bulb. The main concern we would have is if the bulb emits a lot of heat. The lens protects the bulb, but the tint could block some of this heat from escaping. If the lens is cool to the touch, then it most likely would not be an issue. This film is removable. The longer it stays applied the more difficult it is to remove, but it is possible to remove it. Think of it as semi-permanent. It will stay on without issue when properly applied but, can be removed if desired.
    Rvinyl Product Guru April 11, 2020 7:55 AM