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Drytac® Broadens Printable Media Lineup with WallTac™

Friday, May 16, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Richmond, VA - Drytac recently expanded its line of printable media with WallTac™, a matte PVC film with removable adhesive that can adhere to and be cleanly removed from virtually any smooth surface, including painted drywall. Compatible with most solvent, UV and latex printers, WallTac can be used for visually appealing interior wall graphic applications such as appliques and wall murals.

WallTac is available in three versions - 3.0 mil matte clear polymeric with low tack removable acrylic adhesive; 3.5 mil matte white polymeric with removable microsphere adhesive; and 6.0 mil matte white polymeric with removable microsphere adhesive.

Graphics printed on WallTac can be easily applied and cleanly removed from walls or doors, and there is no adhesive residue left behind. In addition, trouble-free repositioning of graphics is made possible when WallTac with microsphere adhesive is used.

Alternatively, WallTac can be combined with WipeOut™, a premium, dry erase hard coat laminate with a chemical and scratch-resistant gloss surface, to create personalized wall graphics that can be used as dry erase boards.

“WallTac can easily revitalize a room, without requiring a permanent solution or damaging existing surfaces,” notes Nate Goodman, Drytac Product Manager. “When paired with our new dry erase laminate WipeOut, the possibilities for customization are endless.”

To learn more about WallTac, visit https://www.drytac.com/walltactm.html.


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