For use with water-based or low-saturation solvent-based paints on uneven or semi-flexible surfaces.
Developed for use in conformable stencil applications, especially for paint and spray techniques on complex curves, uneven or semi-flexible substrates and surfaces requiring transparency of the mask for substrate visibility. Not suitable for wet applications.
"Needs to be more tacky"
John R on 4/14/2020 3:06:09 PM
Comments: For auto painting it did not stick well on corners and points many times. Better for Airbrushes with light air. Don't buy large rolls unless you're sure you can use it.
Yevonne Freeman on 11/8/2019 9:53:32 AM
Comments: I do glass etching and have always used contact paper trying to save money, but that also comes with some frustration too! I will still use contact paper on flat surfaces, but I will definitely be using this 810 stencil film on curved surfaces. It was very nice and flexible. It removed from the backing well and cut very smoothly and cut some pretty fine details on my Cricuit. I used 12 GT Craft and Hobby Paper Application Tape By The Foot to transfer the stencil and it was so much better than th... More details
Dave Shappell on 3/14/2019 9:39:08 AM
Comments: I use this film to make air brush paint masks on 1/10 scale lexan car bodies. It cuts well on my lazer cuter, adheres niceley and will conform to curves and uneven surfaces with little effort.
"Awesome for wooden signs"
John Payer on 6/16/2017 7:36:08 AM
Comments: I like to make stencils with vinyl then put the stencil on stained wooden signs for painting. I always would use Oracal 651 for that and I achieved acceptable results. After some research I decided to give 810 a try and I'm so happy I did. This stuff is super easy to use and work with and does an amazing job and preventing paint from bleeding under the stencil. I will not go back to 651 again for this type of work.
Harry Saxman on 8/11/2016 7:10:37 AM
Comments: This green material is somewhat flexible and repositionable. Use the paper tape, not the clear which sticks too hard. It is also not affected by One Shot paint unlike the blue film.
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