Photo Peel Adhesive Vinyl

for Aqueous Inks

Adhesive Water-Resistant White Vinyl

  • * Available in high gloss and matte versions 
  • * Apply to nearly any smooth surface and remain adhered for either short-term or long-term use
  • * Removable and short-term repositionable
  • * Great for signage, shape-cut decals, wall murals and more
  • * Will not leave sticky residue on the wall after removal
  • * Excellent color brilliance
  • * Sharp resolution, photographic quality detail
  • * 325gsm / 6mil (release liner backing adds 6mil)
  • * To increase longevity, apply cold film laminate

Note: This version of Photo Peel is to be used with aqueous inks. For the solvent version, click here.

Description

325GSM 6MIL REPOSITIONABLE PSA WHITE VINYL

Photo Peel is a PVC vinyl designed for water-based (aqueous) pigment or dye-based inks. It has a repositionable adhesive on the back side, making it the perfect solution for wall graphics, murals, stickers, labels, and more.

Photo Peel is compatible with high-quality aqueous inks.

Looking for the solvent version? Find it here . Not sure which one you need? Give us a call and we will get you set up. 866-722-6567.

COMPATIBLE INKJET PRINTERS

This Product has been compatibility tested and approved for the following printers. If you do not see your printer listed below, it does not mean it is not compatible but that we have not tested and approved your printer at this time. Our aqueous media is compatible with most pigment and dye-based ink systems.

Canon

Professional Photo: Pixma Pro-1, Pixma Pro-10, Pixma Pro-100, Pixma Pro9500, Pixma Pro9500 Mark II

Large Format: iPF5000, iPF5100, iPF6000S, iPF6100, iPF6200, iPF6300 , iPF6300S, iPF6350, iPF6400, iPF6450, iPF8000 , iPF8000S, iPF8300 , iPF8300S, iPF8400, iPF9000 , iPF9100, iPF9400, iPF9400S, W6400, i990

Epson

Stylus Photo Series: R1800, R1900, R2000, R2400, R2880, R3000

Stylus Pro Series: 3800, 3880, 3890, 4000, 4800 , 4880 , 4900, 7500, 7600, 7700, 7800 , 7880 , 7890, 7900 , 9500, 9600, 9700, 9800 , 9880 , 9890, 9900 , 10000, 10600, 11880 , WT7900

Surecolor: T3000, T5000, T7000

Roland

Hi-Fi Jet Pro & Pro II Series Printers, VersaArt RA-640

HP

DesignJet: 1055CM +, Z2100, Z3100 , Z3200, Z3200ps, 5000, Z5200, 5500, Z6100, Z6200

Photosmart Pro: 8750, B9180

Mimaki

JV-4, JV2-130, JV22-160

Mutoh

RJ46, RJ50, RJ62, RJ64, RJ900, ValueJet 1304W, ValueJet1604AW, ValueJet1638W

Durst

All Durst printers using aqueous pigment or dye-based ink

DOWNLOADS & DOCUMENTS

Photo Peel Data Sheet

Matte Black (MK) ink is designed for Matte Papers and Photo Black (PK) ink is designed for glossy papers. The difference between these two black ink types is simple; MK prints a very dull, flat black, while PK prints a highly glossy, shiny black. Think in terms of flat black spray paint vs. glossy black spray paint. Generally speaking, the very best results and the deepest blacks for that particular substrate will be achieved by using PK with glossy substrates and MK with matte substrates. Your Epson printer manual will also provide you with a decent explanation of when they recommend using matte black ink or photo black ink. 

That being said, wide-format Epson printers present a problem for those who wish to maximize their output potential by offering both matte and glossy papers as available substrate options. This is because Epson machines are built to run either the PK or the MK, rather than allowing the printmaker to switch blacks from print to print. As a result of this quandary, those who own wide-format Epson printers must make an important decision What type of prints do I want to be best at? In other words, if 80% of your printmaking business is fine art on matte papers and matte canvases, naturally you will want to run your Epson with MK, which will render the highest black density on your primary substrate line. Likewise, if you are a photo lab for example and mostly reproduce photography on glossy papers, the PK is the more intelligent choice as it will render the glossiest black, which is most desirable on glossy substrates (to avoid a gloss differential). 

Traditionally, most all inkjet printable substrates, matte or glossy, will work with the PK ink. Though the maximum black density (DMAX) would be significantly less, the print is otherwise unaffected. This is not true of the MK ink. When most glossy or semi-glossy papers are introduced to the MK ink, the ink will run and bleed, rendering the print completely unusable. 


For testing and evaluation, we offer short trial rolls of all of our inkjet canvas, inkjet fine art paper, inkjet decor paper, and inkjet signage products that are sold at cost. Typically, trial rolls are 17"x10 feet. The purpose for this is to allow our customers to conduct a comprehensive evaluation of our products, cost effectively. There are several steps that should be taken when testing any new digital substrate for your printing business.

1. The substrate should be tested with several different images to be sure the product performs well with everything image-type that you intend to use it for (try a portrait photograph, a vibrant fine art print, a black & white piece, etc.). Make sure you are selecting images that are fairly different from one another with respect to color and tonal gradation for a thorough evaluation.

2. Show a few of your most important customers a print of their own work on the media you are testing. Maybe provide an example of your current media to illustrate a comparison. Explain the physical and archival attributes of the new substrate and the reasons that you are considering a switch. It is the printmakers job to educate their artists about all things printing-related, especially media.

3. Trial rolls provide enough media to create custom profiles, for those who are capable. Breathing Color also offers a free custom profile service, which requires approximately two square feet of printed media.

4. It is important to have enough media to leave a margin for error in case the first attempt had not been printed correctly (print settings, profile, platen gap, etc.).

5. For inkjet canvas: coating, stretching, and hand embellishment should also be tested.

In addition to trial rolls, Breathing Color offers a complimentary sample pack, which includes printed samples of all available fine art products, with any order (limit one per customer). These sample packs can be purchased separately for $19.95.

While we do not offer any free, small sample strips of paper, we do offer trial rolls (which measure 17 x 10) at our cost for many of our canvas, fine art, and photo papers. These trial rolls can be found and purchased at the bottom of any product page. We also carry the Breathing Color Sample Pack which includes two unprinted letter-sized sheets of six of our most popular fine art papers. We offer samples this way to allow everyone to fully test and evaluate their own prints on Breathing Color media.

There are a few different things that can cause banding. Most commonly, you will see banding occur when there is a clogged nozzle or something else hardware related. Please follow the steps below to help identify the issue:

  1. Ensure that your printer can handle the thickness of the media you are attempting to print on. In your printer's user manual, or by calling the manufacture, you can find the maximum weight that your printer will accept; make sure that the media doesn't exceed this maximum specification.
  2. See our blog about doing a nozzle check and other maintainance on your printer.
  3. If the nozzle check results look fine, proceed to check your platen gap settings and making sure other print settings are correct.

  Retail Qty
Photo Peel Gloss - 17"x10' $1999
Photo Peel Gloss - 24"x60' $8400
Photo Peel Gloss - 36"x60' $12600
Photo Peel Gloss - 44"x60' $22000
Photo Peel Matte - 17"x10' $1999
Photo Peel Matte - 24"x60' $8400
Photo Peel Matte - 36"x60' $12600
Photo Peel Matte - 44"x60' $22000
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