Kodak Photo Tex Repositionable Fabric / Aqueous / 24inx100' (60.96cmx30.48 m)

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SKU: IKKPT24100 MFR: KPT2400

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The Kodak Photo Tex Repositionable Fabric/Aqueous (24 in x 100 ft) sticks to any non-porous flat surface and removes easily with no residue for sharp looking, seamless graphics and superior photographic images every time. Kodak Photo Tex Repositionable Fabric/Aqueous is ideal for life-size photographic cut-outs for walls and wall murals. It also works great for a variety of indoor and outdoor applications, including windows, backlits, doors, sign boards and other flat surfaces. The adhesive is removable, reusable and repositionable. It does not remove paint from a primed wall, is safe to apply over wallpaper, applies without wrinkles and does not rip. This version of Kodak Photo Tex Repositionable Fabric/Aqueous is compatible with both piezo and thermal printhead technologies.

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Size
24" x 100 ft (60.96 cm x 30.48 m)
Compatible with
Both piezo and thermal printhead technologies
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Tommy C  Anybody ever used this? I need make large photo banners that I can stick to painted walls and a few wooden paneled doors for about a year and then remove without without damage. Is this the product for me? Will be printing on a Canon ipf6350. Any advice would be appreciated! THANK YOU!
NORMAN K  I've had it on walls for several months. The only issue I have seen is if the wall was painted cheaply (landlord did quick paint between tenants), I don't think he cleaned the walls before painting. The material pulled off a few small (less than the size of a dime) paint chips when removed. I would assume that if the paneled doors are finished, with something more than stain, it would likely be okay.
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