On the Inside: LexJet’s New Repositionable 60/40 Film for Window Graphics | LexJet Blog

On the Inside: LexJet’s New Repositionable 60/40 Film for Window Graphics

There are a lot of good reasons to apply graphics to the inside of a window facing out toward the street … Restrictive, fascistic sign codes, as extra protection from vandalistic passersby and for the ease of a sheltered indoor installation.

Window graphics that are applied on the inside of the windowLexJet’s new FaceMount Perforated Window Grip makes these inside window applications even easier. The 60/40 perforated film (60 percent printable area, 40 percent open area pattern) has a unique low-tack grip adhesive that’s repositionable and easy to remove with little to no residue after it’s removed.

You print to the window grip adhesive, which has an ink-receptive coating, and apply the graphic to the inside of the window with the adhesive and image facing out. The polyester liner ensures a smooth application since it helps prevent the film from tunneling and curling during installation.

Once the film is applied it will stick to the glass for up to a year. The 60/40 perforation pattern provides image quality and clarity when viewed from the outside and is see-through from the inside looking out.

LexJet FaceMount Perforated Window Grip is designed only for use with low-solvent and solvent printers and is available in 54″ x 82′ and 27″ x 12′ rolls. For more information and to order, contact a LexJet customer specialist at 800-453-9538.

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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