LexJet

Simple Flo Wrap Vinyl

LexJet Simple Flo Wrap Vinyl gives graphics producers a way to outperform the competition in the race to produce and install high-quality vehicle wraps at more marketable prices. LexJet Simple Flo is a 2.4 mil, glossy white, ultra-conformable calendared, adhesive-backed vinyl for wrapping vehicles, trucks, buses, and walls with graphics. It can be used to produce vibrant, colorful graphics on a wide range of inkjet printers that use low solvent, solvent, or UV-curable inks.

"Like all of the products in LexJet's Simple line, LexJet Simple Flo Wrap Vinyl make it easy for graphic producers to save money without sacrificing quality," said Dione Metnick, product manager, LexJet. "LexJet Simple Flo Vinyl is easy to print, easy to handle, and easy to install. Yet it costs about 48 percent less than cast-vinyl solutions."

For a durable wrap warranted to last at least one year, partner Simple Flo Wrap Vinyl with LexJet's 2.4-mil GraphicsGuard UV Gloss laminating film. This vinyl/laminate combination adheres well over rivets, corrugations, slight-to-moderate curves, and flat surfaces and costs just $1.04/sqft.

To simplify installation, Simple Flo Wrap Vinyl features air-egress channels in the gray adhesive liner. This allows air to escape as the graphics are installed, eliminating trapped air pockets that cause wrinkles and bubbles. Because the adhesive is repositionable, misaligned graphics are easy to fix during installation. Simple Flo Wrap Vinyl is removable for up to one year and permanent for up to seven years.

Mike Postill, owner of Extreme Graphics in Tampa, FL and inventor of the Wraptor, has been wrapping vehicles for about seven years. He recently tried LexJet Simple Flo and liked it.

"It went on very nicely, and from an installation time standpoint, we were pretty darn close to the amount of time it takes us to install more expensive cast films," said Postill. "LexJet Simple Flo Wrap has good slideability and it conformed well, staying down in the grooves. It was easier to work with because the adhesive wasn't as aggressive as competing products."

 

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