Unlike see-through film, this 8500 Light Gray Translucent Film diffuses the light while it goes through the film, resulting in a less harsh, more flat finished look. In other words, you can’t see through this film. Our Light Gray 8500 Series Calendered Translucent vinyl will better withstand climate conditions, is color steady, and can be color-matched to most professional color schemes. All ORACAL® Translucent vinyl films can be applied to a number of substrates, and a variety of acrylic plastics.

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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

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