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Con-Tact Brand Clear Covering Self-Adhesive Privacy Film and Liner, 18-Inches by 9-Feet, Clear Matte
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- Clear matte privacy liner offers superior transparent protection and semi-transparent privacy that can be used on windows of cabinets, doors or home
- Water-based adhesive backing allows for repositioning and easy removal
- Measure-and-cut grid in back allows for easy cut-to-size fitting
- Wipe clean with a damp cloth or sponge and is easily removable
- Each roll measures 18 inches wide by 9 feet long
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Con-Tact Brand Self-Adhesive Clear Covering
Con-Tact Brand Self Adhesive Clear Covering is both decorative and functionally designed for superior transparent protection and semi-transparent privacy. Our Clear Covering Acid Free Glossy or Acid Free Matte leaves no sticky residue, perfect for preserving those special family photos, documents or children’s art work. Our Clear Covering Acid Free choices are ideal for the scrap booker in your household.
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Con-Tact Brand Self Adhesive Clear Covering is easy to apply with our original and innovative "measure-and-cut" grid on the backing paper. And when it's time for a new look, our Con-Tact Brand Self Adhesives remove cleanly, leaving behind no messy residue. This self-adhesive clear covering has a matte finish and is designed for both superior transparent protection and semi-transparent privacy. With our latest innovative and fashion-forward products in sophisticated colors and patterns, Con-Tact Brand products continue to lead the industry. Our colors are coordinated from one substrate to another so our customers can mix and match to their delight. So whatever the project - covering shelves in a pantry, cupboard, or closet; lining drawers in the kitchen, bath or bedroom; covering a counter or work space; or even tackling a creative craft project like covering a lamp shade - Con-Tact Brand has the colors and patterns to suite your taste and decor. And as you can expect only from Con-Tact Brand products, our new high quality Shelf and Storage liners lead the industry in quality and value. Whatever the room, whatever the surface, Con-Tact Brand's got you covered.
Top customer reviews
As for application, working with anything adhesive can be frustrating, but this elicited only a few curse words from me...it went on fairly easily and I found it easier to use my hand to smooth it out rather than any implement (so that I could work from feel).
Side note: I put this down after removing a previous layer I had applied 2 years ago (of light-colored "granite" which I had gotten bored with), and when I removed that layer it pulled up some of the paint on the counter. Turns out that the paint was hiding yet ANOTHER layer of Con-Tact paper that the previous tenant had put down in the...are ready for it? 1960s! I could tell from the astro pattern! So there you go...Con-Tact paper can stick on for 50+ years!
Anyways, as you can imagine, squee-jee-ing the stuff on without major bubbles or wrinkles is a feat. It took me a few hours to do the counter tops BUT it was well worth it since I'm in a rental house I love (but cannot change the tacky yellow counters.) The final product is quite handsome, considering the total cost for all the counters was under 20 bucks. It looks like faux granite-- definitely not like the real stuff, but also not like 40 year old scratched counters with stickers slapped on top, which is essentially what it is. :)
The sink is easy to cut around, for what it's worth-- some tutorials online suggest cutting it perfectly to fit. That would drive me crazy. I cut out a hole for the sink, but a very rough one-- and then used a common steak knife to cut the precise edges once the stuff was already stuck on evenly. Overlapping bits peeled right off the sink. Trust me, the stuff has some give/stretchiness (not unlike a tee shirt) so you don't really want to measure things until it's already down.
For air bubbles, try poking them with a tack or sewing needle and decompressing slowly. For wrinkles, try slicing and overlapping the pieces. The almost imperceptible line is WAY better than a grime-catching wrinkle.. or worse: tearing the thing up in frustration.
Good luck, you won't regret this weekday morning renovation! :)
I was also worried that this stuff would look tacky and fake. I gave it a shot based on the high reviews...and I wanted to add another review in case you are unsure too. It's really great stuff, inexpensive, and looks better than you could expect (especially if what you had was worse!). Definitely $7 well-spent!