NEW GLOW IN THE DARK
INKJET SELF-ADHESIVE PAPER MEDIA
We have now (July 2007 back in stock the permanent adhesive glow in the dark film for inkjet printers.
Back in stock, glow in the dark paper. One of our latest product is an inkjet glow in the dark paper (media). This media is self-adhesive and is available with both permanent and removable adhesive. We offer glow in the dark self adhesive media. This media is coated in Texas by HPS and ideal for use in any inkjet desktop printer. Glow in the dark in new interesting media. You can use this to make fun labels for kids and other novelty signs labels and so on. Beside our standard glow in the dark we can make (coat) also industrial standard high quality glow in the dark inkjet receptive labels that will glow for about 10 hours. All out glow in the dark media is non toxic and completely safe for kids and adults as well. This media might be a great addition for your arts and craft products.
1) Copy/Print on to the coated side side of the media using compatible Inkjet Printer. This side of the media looks slightly greenish.
2) To prevent a paper jam, make sure the film is not bent or warped or corners folded BEFORE loading. Loading by hand ONE SHEET at the time (pressing FF/Ready) is a way to make sure it loads correctly.
3) When gluing a the vinyl film to any surface, clean the surface and remove residual grease, soot or dust.
4) It is not recommended (on larger labels like 11" X 17") to remove all the back paper before installing. Itís better to remove the paper from a small area at one end first such as a 1/2" vertical strip at the left hand or right hand edge.
5) Line up your label. When the position looks correct, let the label make contact with the surface on the edge where you removed the back paper.
6) Now bend the label back and carefully remove the rest of the protective back paper, and glue the label down working from the end you glued first. Then work your way towards the other end holding that end away from the surface. Do not use excessive pressure when working the label in this way because you may smudge the ink.
7)This Inkjet-media in NOT recommended for outdoor use. If the label is used outdoors you must use clear spray and over-laminate. The over-laminate must be applied in such way that it prevents water from contacting the label. Clear enamel spray is available in most hardware or automotive parts stores. Even wen using over-laminate this label will have limited outdoor life as the UV rays of the sun will break down the glow pigment.
You can spray the label before you apply it (after printing) to prevent over spray. Fixative spray is available in most craft stores or you can use clear spray sold in most automotive parts stores.Use our WOL over-laminate together with the spray. Using clear spray as the only protection will offer limited water proofing.
General: If you are working with 4.25" x 11" label you can try removing all the backing material and then use the technique described above.
NOTE: If using self adhesive media, note that any adhesive may become difficult to remove over time. If you want to use self adhesive media on automobiles or other items where you donít want the label to become permanent or difficult to remove after long time, then we recommend our selection of media with removable adhesive