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Soft touch PVC decorative film is an excellent choice for simple decoration styles

Soft touch PVC decorative film is an excellent choice for simple decoration styles. It is ethically produced and environmental friendly. It also resists stains and is durable.
Besides PVC, there are other overlaminates such as PP and polyester. However, they don't offer the same durability as PVC lamination films.
Silky Feeling
Aside from being soft and silky to the touch, this type of laminate also has an anti-scuff surface. It can be used to make furniture, wall panels, cabinets and other home designs. It is easy to maintain and can withstand harsh weather conditions.
Although newer overlaminates are gaining popularity, traditional PVC lamination films still have a place in the industry. They are cost effective for everyday jobs and will adhere to most ink lay downs. They can also conform to simple curves for trade show applications and handle raised or textured inks. Plus, they are recyclable. They’re a good choice if you want to protect your prints but don’t have the budget for higher-performance materials.
PVC laminates are resistant to water, termites, and heat. These make them ideal for kitchen cabinets, closets, and furniture. They also resist abrasion and are easy to clean. Moreover, they are not susceptible to fungi and bacteria.
PVC laminates are generally formulated with a base film that provides for low migration and is coated with an acrylic topcoat. This prevents plasticizer migration to the surface and enhances stain resistance. Test for adhesion by making parallel cuts 3.2 mm apart on the laminate and applying a force to separate them. The product must exhibit no peeling to be considered satisfactory.
Some of these applications include a need to withstand outdoor elements, which is something that traditional overlaminates do well. For example, their thickness offers an added layer of protection that enables them to withstand water and rust, while also providing thermal insulation.
In comparison, PET-based products offer scratch resistance, but are unable to withstand outdoor elements. For these reasons, there is a place for both types of laminates, depending on the needs of the project.
The PVC Laminated Film is coated with an antibacterial agent which can inactivate bacteria and viruses. Tests have shown that after 24 hours, more than 99% of bacteria were eliminated from the surface of the film.
The present invention relates to a multilayer film comprising a composition (A) layer containing a PVA-based resin composition and an inorganic antibacterial agent, and an adhesive (B) layer containing an aqueous emulsion adhesive. The composition (A) and the adhesive (B) layers are thermally laminated to a wallpaper.
The composition (A) layer can be blended with boric acids, boric acid esters and borate salts within a range which does not obstruct the antibacterial properties of the film. The aqueous emulsion adhesive (B) layer can be a mixture of a polyurethane acrylate and a vinyl chloride polymer.
Easy to Mold
Depending on its chemical makeup and manufacturing process, PVC can exhibit different degrees of stiffness and flexibility. For example, cast film may be hard and brittle, while calendared film can be more flexible.
The flexability of PVC makes it an ideal material for a variety of applications, including retail point-of-purchase displays and counter graphics. It can also be used to create tamper-resistant seals and durable outdoor signage. Additionally, PVC Laminated Film is easy to mold into a variety of shapes and sizes. It’s also a great option for decorative materials in homes and offices. With the right application and care, you can get a soft-touch PVC that will look beautiful and last for years.