Clear static cling for laser printers.
Our inkjet printable clear static cling film
is ideal for creating window cling decals, static cling signs, and
easily removable stickers for placement on painted metal, glass, and
some plastics. The main benefit of our inkjet printable clear static
cling is that this media features absolutely no adhesive, allowing for
the complete removal of the media with no residual stickiness. Perfect
for substrates where it is of the utmost importance that the media be
completely removed with no residue. Because of the very factors that
make this media so forgiving it is not ideal for substrates other than
painted metal, glass, or some plastics. For other surfaces, or for
surfaces which will be exposed to temperature change such as a window or
door with an exterior side, please see our
Clear Inkjet Ultra Cling media. For creating static cling window
decals which are placed on the inside of the window, but viewed from the
outside it is advisable to partner this media with our
Papilio White Window Masking Spray a white translucent aerosol which
provides a white background but still allows you to see the image
through the white paint. This is a great help when cutting out many
static cling decals from a single sheet of static cling. For static
cling decals which will be adhered to the inside of a window and viewed
from the inside we have our
White Static Cling Film which allows for printing directly onto a
white background without the use of an aerosol.
This film is intended for indoor use but may be used
We would not recommend using the static cling on car
windows. Most cleaning products contain streak free and fog free agents
which may cause the static cling to come off. We do carry a product
called ultra cling for laser that is safe to put on the inside of car
windows. Great product to make temporary labels of any kind.
1) Copy/Print on to the glossy side of the media using a compatible printer.
2) To prevent paper jam, make sure the back access panel is open, allowing
straight path through the printer.
3) To prevent a paper jam, make sure the sheet is not bent or warped or
the are corners folded BEFORE loading. Loading by hand ONE SHEET at a time
is one way to make sure it loads correctly.
4) Use the default printer driver setting when printing on to this media
using the HP2550
1) When mounting this label to any surface, clean the substrate and remove
grease residual, soot or dust. This media is a static cling. It will cling
to glass and any glossy non porous substrate such as metal wood, and other
substrates that have glossy finish (painted).
2) Peel the static cling GENTLY off the supporting paper in such way that
you avoid stretching the media.
3) Line up your label. When the position looks correct, let the label make
contact with the surface on one edge and work down the rest of the surface
using your fingers. Do not use excessive pressure when working the label
in this way because you may smudge the ink.
Make tests before starting production for resale, using your equipment and
method of printing.
Disclaimer: Printing onto any media not recommended or approved by your
printer manufacturer may void your manufacturer warranty. HPS LLC has developed
this media for use in today's hot running desktop color laser printers.
We have made extensive tests to determine that this media is safe for use
in most newer desktop color laser printers that can handle card stock and
have straight through single pass path. However any media can and may cause
“paper jam” in some printers that may require service call or the purchase
of new fuser unit.
This media is made for Hewlett
Packard Laser Printers. But it can also be used in other color laser printers.
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