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Grey Granite Look Marble Gloss Film Vinyl Self Adhesive Counter Top Peel and Stick Wall Decal 24''x79''
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- Material: Self Adhesive Solid Color Vinyl
- Fade resistant, High glossy, Water Resistant, removable and will not damage counters.
- Can be applied to the majority of flat surfaces
- Installation is a simple process, even for beginners. Can be easily applied to any non-porous surface with only a heat gun and squeegee. Never worry about bubbles or creases.
- Use our vinyl to protect or update countertops, tables & floors. Use in bathrooms, kitchens, closets, laundry rooms, school projects, workshops, office, craft projects, & furniture. Cover cabinets, doors, countertops, shelves, & walls.
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Ideal for any installation at home or in the office. Easily installed on steel, hard plastic, drywall, tile, laminate, hardwood and glass.With a micro-finished surface, the high-gloss film is easy to clean, maintain and install and features a scratch, grime, dirt and water-resistant finish. The acrylic-based, air release adhesive is repositionable and removable, making any wrap project a breeze. Perfectly suited for any home or office based project, be it desktops, kitchens, cabinets, bathrooms, family room or any kind of rigid furniture or fixture.
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I initially smelled a nail-polish-like odor coming from the roll. I do not smell this after the product is applied, so maybe it's just on the backing paper or the foam roll the paper is wrapped around (or it just dissipates quickly). I did notice that when the roll is unrolled and flattened, it does develop some kinks because it seems to want to stay curled. These disappear when you remove the paper backing (that's what the problem seems to be--the paper doesn't stretch out to accommodate the vinyl as it flattens or something) and shouldn't be permanent as long as the vinyl doesn't get pinched or folded (which I did accidentally do to a small section on the roll that I didn't end up using).
My biggest concern is how well it will remove when I need to take it off. It was easily movable/removeable at the time of installation, but I imagine it gets harder to remove over time, so I'm curious how it will perform after a year or two. For similar products, they say a heat gun or at least hair dryer might help loosen the adhesive and make removal easier, so I'll keep that in mind when I need to take it off. I'll update this review then, but I hope it's a couple years or so before I need to worry about that. Assuming that part works as expected, I am very happy with this product and would recommend it to anyone looking for a (hopefully) temporary way to make ugly counters look better.
UPDATE: I did remove these after not that long because apparently my landlord agreed that my counters were, in fact, bad and wanted to replace them. They left some sticky residue, which I didn't care about because they were being demolished anyway. I did not use a heat gun, which might have helped. I did try acetone (nail polish remover) after the fact, and it did not help much, but maybe it would have if I let it soak longer. In any case, I didn't have much of a reason to care, and these will definitely be fine if you plan on making it a more or less permanent installation, though they'd probably be fine if you have some extra time to spend on removal if you need to do that.
Update: its been 3 months and so far everything is holding well, easy to clean, however i do not leave my straightener directly on the paper as i dont believe it is heat resistant... incase you decide to put this down in your bathtoom.