Kodak Photo Tex Extra Strength Solvent Inkjet Fabric (54" x 100' Roll)

BH #KOPTEXS54100 • MFR #KPTEXS5400
Kodak
Kodak Photo Tex Extra Strength Solvent Inkjet Fabric (54" x 100' Roll)
Key Features
  • Polyester/Cellulose Wall Medium
  • Repositionable Adhesive Backing
  • Adheres to Any Non-Porous Flat Surface
  • Removes Easily without Residue
Pairing a polyester and cellulose surface with an adhesive backing, this 54" x 100' roll of Photo Tex Fabric from Kodak is an ideal medium for creating wall murals or signs. This version is designed for use with aqueous inks and comes with an extra strong adhesive, making it suitable for long-term applications. The peel-off backing adheres to any non-porous flat surface and can be easily repositioned or removed without leaving any residue. Additional features include a basis weight of 305 gsm and a thickness of 13 mil.
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$473.52

Kodak Photo Tex Extra Strength Solvent Inkjet Fabric (54" x 100' Roll)

Kodak Photo Tex Repositionable Overview

Pairing a polyester and cellulose surface with an adhesive backing, this 54" x 100' roll of Photo Tex Fabric from Kodak is an ideal medium for creating wall murals or signs. This version is designed for use with aqueous inks and comes with an extra strong adhesive, making it suitable for long-term applications. The peel-off backing adheres to any non-porous flat surface and can be easily repositioned or removed without leaving any residue. Additional features include a basis weight of 305 gsm and a thickness of 13 mil.

UPC: 848412021790

Kodak Photo Tex Repositionable Specs

MaterialAlpha Cellulose, Polyester
Basis Weight305 gsm
Thickness13 mil / 0.33 mm
Core Size3" / 7.62 cm
Single/Double-SidedSingle
Surface FinishMatte
Storage Temperature50 to 80°F / 10 to 26°C
Storage Humidity35 to 65%
Dimensions (W x L)54" x 100' / 137.16 cm x 30.48 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight31 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)55.5 x 6 x 6"
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