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Grafix Ink Jet Film, 8-1/2-Inch by 11-Inch, 6-Pack, Clear
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- Personalized overlays, greeting cards and much more!
- Measures 8-1/2x11inches each.
- Instructions included!
- Six clear sheets of Ink Jet Film.
- Made in USA
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Ink Jet Film. Six sheets of Ink Jet Film. Computer printable transparent plastic sheets for personalized overlays in your scrapbooking; greeting card and paper craft projects. You can also trace; color; stamp; print; die-cut; punch; emboss; and paint. Instructions included! This package contains six 8-1/2 by 11-inch clear sheets. Made in USA.
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The only CON is that 4 of the 6 sheets were dirty. They cleaned up easily enough with a microfiber cloth, but I don't think I should have to clean something that I just took out of a brand new package.
One side of the transparence is slightly textured for the ink from the inkjet to stick.
I also used it on a laser printer and it worked about the same - the black was not solid.
Ended up burning through all six sheets on one screen print. I will probably go with standard laser transparencies next time since they are a lot cheaper. It just means that I will have to wait until I get to work to print them instead of at home - boo.
Most 'clear' adhesive papers reviewed complained about being foggy or hazy when affixed to colored surfaces.
I used jpg's with Open Office to adjust the size and make multiple graphics, which also had a 'Transparency' setting on paper type for my Kodak All-in-One printer. I had one problem in that my printer fed the transparent sheet but came back with an 'Edge Not Detected' error after feeding it thru w/o printing on it. I had to tape a 3/4" of reg white paper along with the leading edge of the transparency (apparently optically detected, not the actual physical edge, as a black magic marker along the edge did not work) and then worked fine.
Allowed 1 hr to fully dry. To affix, I masked around the area of the decal position to be placed and sprayed with a Gloss Clear spray to give a sticky base for the 'decal.' Positioned, let dry, and lightly clear coated over to seal.
Worked great for a truly 'clear' decal.