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Transform Your Surroundings with ChalkMate™ Specialty Chalkboard Film from Drytac®

Tuesday, November 04, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Richmond, VA - ChalkMate™, a 5 mil durable, UV printable PVC with a traditional black chalkboard finish, has been added to Drytac’s range of specialty films. Designed for use with standard chalk or liquid chalk markers, ChalkMate can be installed on most smooth surfaces. Depending on its final application, ChalkMate can be ordered with either a permanent or removable adhesive.

The film with the permanent, pressure sensitive acrylic adhesive is ideal for use on fixtures. However, ChalkMate featuring ReTac™ ultra removable adhesive technology can be used for creating impromptu chalkboard walls or other temporary applications. Both versions of ChalkMate can also be used to make unique, custom chalkboard decals from die cut shapes or designs.

“ChalkMate is an excellent option for transforming walls into usable surfaces,” comments Nate Goodman, Drytac Product Manager. “Whether you’re a professional trying to capture ideas in a meeting room or a restaurateur posting your daily menu, ChalkMate offers a simple, creative solution to meet your specific need."

Teaching environments, such as schools or daycares, as well as children’s playrooms are additional applications for which ChalkMate is well suited. It can also be used as an effective tool for highlighting promotions in shopping malls or grocery stores.

ChalkMate is available in roll widths up to 61 inches. For more information, visit http://www.drytac.com/chalkmatetm.html.


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