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Hello, I am looking for a 6-10 mil vinyl that has a low tack adhesive on one side. I would like to be able to use the stencil multiple times. I am spraying road cases and will be spraying a company logo on about 100 cases, as well as, contents on multiple side of the cases. I am having trouble finding something that will work. I have tried the Oracal 631, which works great, but Is only good for one spray. I have also tried getting a thicker material and using a spray on adhesive but it is a mess and takes up time to clean the adhesive off of the surface. Any help/ advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
I’m having trouble deciding which reusable stencil material I should purchase. I’m airbrushing stainless steel tumblers. I have a Brother Design N Cut cutting machine. I have tried low tack 4mil vinyl but it’s only good for single use. I’m looking for a stronger material that I can peel and stick, remove and RE-USE!! In other words, be able to return the stencil to it’s backing and use it again, later! Also, what teansfer material would be ideal:teansfer PAPER, or transfer TAPE? Or, something different? Your advice is greatly aporeciated!!
I am looking for a product to use to make reusable stencils that can be cut with my vinyl cutter. I have looked into the oramask and greenstar 7000/7010 paint mask vinyl. I am making signs out of mostly wood and would use the stencils to paint using spray or acrylic paints. I use vinyl scraps all the time to make stencils for this purpose, but they are not reusable. I see in the greenstar products that one has adhesive backing and the other doesn't. Not sure which would work better, but if it is reusable can it be washed after use? Any suggestions?
Hi! I am trying to cut some stencil but I have read on the information to several of the stencil materials they are reusable. I am wondering if someone can give me some instructions on how to cut a reusable stencil in Signblazer. I'm wondering how it it works on "o's" and things like that. Thanks so much!