This Translucent Crimson 8500 Series film gives you the performance of 3M™ light diffusing film. Manufactured from a three mil thick film that uniformly diffuses light without creating so-called hot spots, it is possible to use this light diffusing vinyl film for glass, to cut window decals or to produce wall decals on see-through office dividers. However you decide to use this Crimson 8500 vinyl, be sure to submit your review for discounts on a future order.

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    ORACAL® 8500 Translucent Cal Vinyl

    • Translucent tinted film
    • Clear, solvent-based, permanent adhesive
    • Great UV, temperature, humidity and salt spray performance
    • Made for easy weeding
    • Up to 7 Year Outdoor Durability
    • Matte Satin Finish

    ORACAL® 8500 Translucent Calendered Vinyl

    ORACAL® 8500 Translucent Calendered vinyl lets light pass through the without the film being see-through. If you're on the market for a clear tint, checkout ORACAL® 8300 or Rtint™ film instead. ORACAL® 8500 features a silk matte finish and is great for making back-lit and illuminated signage, as a privacy film and even to simulate glass tiles and stained glass windows.

    8500 Series Gloss Specifications

    • Finish: Satin   
    • 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

    Cash Back for Your Photos

    Show off your sign, craft or tinted head and tail lights and get cash back. When you send in your review and a minimum of six high-quality photos we'll post them to our site and send you up to a $20 Rapid Rebate Refund! What could be better than having your cake and eating it too?


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