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3M Print Wrap Film IJ180mC new and improved, now available at Barnard Castle-based William Smith

Trade supplier to the sign and graphics industry, William Smith, is pleased to announce a new, re-energised addition to its extensive range of 3M vehicle wrapping products.

The Barnard Castle-based company will stock 3M Print Wrap Film IJ180mC, cementing its reputation as the UK’s leading material trade supplier and highlighting its ongoing commitment to become the number one choice for materials and signage.

Featuring the many high-quality benefits of ComplyTM Adhesive with micro technology, these 3M IJ180mC films will accelerate installation and provide even more design options for wrappers, making them the ideal solution for any application including vehicles, boats, walls and many more.

With advanced slideability and initial tack optimized for wraps, installers will be able to move the film effortlessly across any application surface and expertly reposition the product to the perfect location after first contact. Along with improved liner release IJ180mC-10 also provides a non-visible comply pattern to ensure a smooth, bubble-free finish to a completed wrap.

The launch of 3M Print Wrap Film IJ180mC-10 also includes the introduction of clear and metallic options – 3MTM Print Wrap Film IJ180mC-114 and 3MTM Print Wrap Film IJ180mC-120, bolstering the versatility of the IJ180mC family. There are also permanent and removable adhesive options all with microComply™.

All of its features , plus a maximum durability of 10 years, also makes IJ180mC the ideal product for vehicle wraps, display signs, buildings and public transport.

This latest addition to the ever-growing range of industry leading materials at William Smith can be ordered now.

For further information, call the Sales Office on 01833 690305, e-mail info@williamsmith.co.uk.

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