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Re-Stock and Re-Stick: LexJet Print-N-Stick Fabric Now in Stock

LexJet Print-N-Stick Fabric
Wall graphics printed on LexJet Print-N-Stick Fabric by Coca-Cola Bottling Co. High Country for the Rushmore Civic Center, Rapid City, S.D.

LexJet’s new Print-N-Stick Fabric gives you the best of both worlds: true photo-quality printing on an easy-to-apply, repositionable and removable adhesive-backed fabric. That’s why it sold out almost immediately.

Print-N-Stick is now back in stock and available through LexJet’s North American Delivery Network.

If you’d like to request a free printed sample to see all the qualities that make Print-N-Stick a must-have inkjet material for print production, click here.

The reason for the repositionable adhesive-backed fabric’s popularity boils down to ease of printing, application and removal, plus the unprecedented imaging quality you get from the bright-white print surface. But don’t take our word for it. Here’s just some of the feedback we’ve received since the product was initially launched this summer…

“It’s very easy to use; it doesn’t stick together when you take the backing off of it and doesn’t stretch when you peel it off the substrate to realign it. You can apply it to a surface and it won’t take the texture off the wall or leave a sticky residue behind.”

Amanda Hill, graphics manager, Odom Corporation

“Print-N-Stick really pops; the saturation and image quality is really crisp.”

Sarah Hoefert, visual imaging specialist, Rudinec & Associates

“I really like the image quality we’re getting from the Print-N-Stick Fabric; it actually prints better than most of the adhesive-backed materials we use, including vinyl.

John Fritz, production manager, Canyon Distributing

To find out more about LexJet Print-N-Stick Fabric, check out the product page for sizes, pricing and other specifications. Give us a call at 800-453-9538 for more information and to order.

Regan has been involved in the sign and wide format digital printing industries for the past two decades as an editor, writer and pundit. With a degree in journalism from the University of Houston, Regan has reported on the full evolution of the inkjet printing industry since the first digital printers began appearing on the scene.

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