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PU Heat Transfer Vinyl

Posted By: AnneA1

Date: Mon, 15 May 2023

Price: $1.00

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https://www.heattransferfilms.com/products/pu-heat-transfer-vinyl.html


Soft PU heat transfer vinyl is matt finish polyurethane with many colors for choice. Flexible, soft-touch, no curling, and easy to cutting and weeding by many kinds of cutting machines.


Features of PU Heat Transfer Vinyl
Vivid and bright color
Lightweight and soft hand feel
Easy to cut and weeding
No any curling at the edge


Specification of PU Heat Transfer Vinyl
50cm×50m/roll
1 roll/carton
Carton size:16.5cm×16.5cm×52cm
G.W: 7.5kg/roll
Other special sizes are customized to your request


Storage conditions of PU Heat Transfer Vinyl
Store in a dry room away from direct sunlight, temperature: 10℃-30℃, humidity: 40%-70%.


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