Using Clear Transfer Paper for Wall Aesthetic Lettering
As an unrepentant vinyl lover, wall words and lettering aesthetics are the second way to show allegiance to the custom design world of the limitless possibilities of Clear Transfer Paper. You can make use of quality high tack clear tape if you make and sell vinyl graphics interior decoration. Wall graphics give this unique and edgy atmosphere to your space and presents the unique opportunity to transfer substrate textured vinyl graphics on a painted wall. There are different types of clear Transfer Paper that are best for not only textured surfaces but also have high tack as well as medium tack transfer tape variant. There are also those that are great for transferring vinyl on the glass as well as other ultra-smooth substrates or surfaces.
Here are some of the factors to consider when getting clear transfer tape for wall decorations, these includes;
Optical Clarity: there is some clear transfer paper that is peculiar to the sign industry and is specifically designed for walls of building interiors. These clear transfer tape where designed and manufactured to address the peculiar needs of the market in a number of ways; however, the two most major factors include its adhesive properties and clarity.
Lots of professional graphic designers or enthusiasts will rather opt for clear for paper tape due to its ability to give the installer the perfect visible for the exact placement of the graphic. In case of commercial purposes i.e., selling DIY graphics because its visibility of the graphic will attract the customer without the dulling effect of paper tape compromising its quality, thereby improving the buying experience.
Another is Selective Adhesion; one of the best things about Clear Transfer tape is that it gives an ideal balance between Transfer and release on walls, specially textured surfaces. It makes it easy for designers to release effortlessly, and also, when you want to paste vinyl onto the wall, due to it being a lower tack tape, it easily releases its grip from vinyl more easily. Clear Transfer Paper selective adhesion permits the user to take out the tape without pulling the vinyl letters automatically off the wall. In the case of challenging wall surfaces, the best of tapes may need some methods to finish the design transfer. In the case of rough wall application, the low area of contact between the adhesive and substrate may need some bit of effort to take the tape off carefully by using a squeegee to push the vinyl design or lettering on the wall as the tape is being peeled off. While for smoother surfaces, it is not needed. Just gently peel off the tape backing along the surface at an angle say 180°, the vinyl stays flat.
Finally, the design also makes a tangible difference. The porosity of a surface also makes it more challenging to transfer small-sized elements or characters. When designing a graphic for porous surfaces, the wider the contact area between the wall and the vinyl, the more secure and firmer the bond and also the easier to finish the transfer.