Want the look of Grass Green in your next windshield banner, window decal or to tint a glass partition? How about using this ORACAL® 8300 Transparent film to laminate 3M™ or Avery® Chrome or Carbon Fiber to get green tinted SF100 wraps or unique green CF film? The sky's the limit with this great Grass Green film so don't wait, buy today!
Ever wanted to turn your ride into a vehicle worthy of Green Lantern? Now you can with this ORACAL® 8300 Transparent Green vinyl. Laminate Avery™ Conform Chrome vinyl and install a complete or partial car wrap but, don't stop there: once you've wrapped your ride in one-of-a-kind green chrome tint your headlights with this 8300 Green film too! Once you're done be sure to send in your...
ORACAL® Ice Blue Transparent 8300 vinyl has also been described as light or arctic blue. A favorite of restylers for icing out their headlights and fog lights, this vinyl is also ideal for use in plotter cutters for all of your sign and craft needs. Cut attractive, see-through ICE Blue graphics, decals and signage for your windows and glass partitions. You an even laminate Avery™ SF100...
ORACAL® 8300 King Blue is the number one choice for blue tinted headlight films. Yes, there are other 8300 blues but the King Blue is dark enough to really pop when installed on your headlights. This ORACAL® 8300 film is also great as a cut vinyl for signs and window decals and can even be used to colorize Avery™ and 3M™ chrome and carbon fiber vinyl. Whatever you do, be sure...
ORACAL® Light Blue Transparent 8300 vinyl has also been described as ice or arctic blue. A favorite of tuners for tinting out their headlights and DRLs, this film is also excellent for use in plotter cutters for all of your sign and craft needs too. Make attractive, see-through Light Blue graphics, decals and signage for your windows and glass partitions. You an even laminate 3M™...
ORACAL® Light Red Transparent film is a premium, calendered film that's got a variety of different sign, wrap and craft usages. It's pretty much unique among calendered films because it can be used to wrap head and tail lights (although the Red film is a closer match) as well as in electrocutting (not murdering, cutting on a computer driven machine). Aside from that, ORACAL® Light Red...
This Lime Tree Green ORACAL® 8300 Transparent Calendered vinyl film is a close match tour Rtint™ Neon film and will add a splash of color to your headlights or fog if you decide to wrap them with this 3 mil, 5 year rated film. Use this Transparent Lime Tree vinyl as a laminate too or to cut attractive window decals, windshield banners and lettering too. Best of all, once you're done,...
ORACAL® 8300 Middle Grey Transparent film served as the light smoke headlight and taillight tint film in the early 2000s. Unsurprisingly, lots of shops still use the Middle Grey tint film as their go-to smoked tint film. Ideal as a wrap and cuts like butter in both professional and DIY cutter plotters like Cameo and Cricut. Buy by the foot and be sure to send in your pics for our $20 Instant...
This ORACAL® 8300 Orange Transparent vinyl is excellent for use in various applications. Make use of it as a laminate to add color to carbon fiber or chrome vinyl films (but please note: this is NOT a guaranteed application), make attractive lettering and designs for storefront windows or even smoke out and tint your headlights. Whether you're making Orange colored chrome for vehicle wraps,...
This ORACAL® Orange Red 8300 vinyl film is excellent for use in many applications although we can't quite get our heads around the fact that ORACAL® also makes a Red Orange. Can anyone tell the difference? Use it as a laminate to colorize carbon fiber vinyl (but bear in mind: this is NOT a warranted use), produce attractive decals for illuminated displays or even smoke out and tint your...
Take your signs, graphics, labels and custom champagne flute decals to the
next level with the look of transparent or see-through, colored vinyl film.
Choose from Rtint™, ORACAL® 8300 or Hexis Cristal C4000 and upgrade
your craft and sign projects today. Best of all, all of these transparent films
are calendered and designed especially for use in electronic vinyl cutters. So,
whether you have a Silhouette, Cricut, Brother, Graphtec or a computer cutter of
any other make, you can rest assured that it will cut all of the transparent
film you see here.
Rtint™ transparent craft vinyl is available in both 12 and 24-inch
widths and comes in 14 different colors. What makes Rtint™ see-through
vinyl unique is that it has clear liners on both the face and bottom meaning
that it is ideal for use as a protective laminate, glass or window tint. Simply
apply the sheet of film to a glass partition in an office or on your home's
windows and remove the clear liner for a one-of-a -kind look you can't get
anywhere else. Or, remove the protective liner and feed the twelve-inch sheets
into your electronic cutter to make your own stained glass window decals,
lettering, signage and more!
ORACAL® 8300 Transparent Calendered vinyl is so versatile that you'll run
out of the film long before you run out of ideas about how to use it. Whether
you want to make transparent window decals, use it to add color to glass
architectural barriers, make highly-visible signage or even put it to use as
vehicle head, taillight and fog light tint film, this ORACAL® 8300
Transparent film really is the sign and craft maker's best friend. Use this
great film in both indoor and outdoor applications and enjoy its five year
durability. And, at 3 mil thick it cuts and weeds great too!
Another frequent, though less common application, for tint films is to use
them as a "laminate" to create colored carbon fiber or chrome films. Although
most DIYers won't have a professional grade laminator, the film can be easily
laminated into chromes like
Avery™ SF100 Conform Chrome or
3M™ 1080 Carbon Fiber
to create unique color combinations. Use Rtint™ Chameleon and SF100 Chrome
to make a Neochrome wrap or ORACAL® 8300 Dark Green and Anthracite Carbon Fiber
to make a Dark Green CF film suitable for cutting on a plotter or wrapping your