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WallTac™ Print Media Features ReTac™ Ultra Removable Adhesive Technology

Monday, September 22, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Richmond, VA - The removable and repositionable adhesive found on WallTac™, a matte PVC film included in the Drytac® print media collection, has received a new designation. Now positioned as ReTac™ ultra removable adhesive technology, it is ideal for a broad range of applications that require easy removal, such as wall graphics, labels and tape.

Two versions of WallTac - the 3.5 and 6.0 mil matte white polymeric films – have the ReTac ultra removable adhesive and will now be classified as ReTac™ Wall. ReTac Wall adheres to and is cleanly removed from virtually any smooth surface, including painted drywall or doors. It is an excellent choice for interior wall graphic applications like appliques and wall murals and is compatible with most solvent, UV and latex printers.

ReTac Wall can also be paired with WipeOut™, a premium, dry erase hard coat laminate with a chemical and scratch-resistant clear gloss surface, to create printed, personalized wall graphics that can be used as dry erase boards.

“The process of applying and removing graphics is a breeze because ReTac adhesive does not permanently set up, eliminating adhesive residue. With ‘ReTac on the Back’, users don’t have to worry about surface damage or a sticky mess on the wall,” states Drytac Product Manager, Nate Goodman.

Available in both 54 and 60-inch wide rolls, ReTac Wall is in stock and ready for immediate shipment. To learn more, visit http://www.drytac.com/walltactm.html.

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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