3M’s textured surface vinyl is an incredibly versatile film. It can adhere to just about any wall surface. On smooth flat surfaces, vinyl is applied by simply using a squeegee to firmly press the film onto the substrate material. To apply textured surface vinyl on a surface such as this brick wall, the vinyl is heated to approximately 700 to 800 degrees and a firm foam roller is used to press the film into all the crevices of the surface. This sets the “memory” of the film to perfectly conform to the topography of the textured surface. The end result is an image that looks like it is painted on. In situations where the mortar has a deep recess, that portion of the vinyl is cut away and all the edges are sealed. This reduces the chances of moisture getting between the vinyl and the surface and, thus, increases the lifespan of the graphic.
To find out more about a textured surface wall wrap, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.