Perforated Vinyl (Clear Focus 35/65)




Clear Focus Window Perforated is a perforated white gloss calendared graphic window film with a black adhesive backside, a paper backer and a unique additional center release liner. The release liner catches the ink while printing; preventing the ink from clogging the perforated holes.

· 8 mil, 1 year Clear Focus perforated window film
· Calendered, black/white flexible vinyl
· Pressure sensitive, clear adhesive, removable up to 1 year
· 35/65 Perforation pattern holes for optimal two-way viewing
· Due to size, rolls of window perf 48" wide and above are subject to additional shipping and handling fees when shipping



Installation is much easier without lamination because the holes prevent air bubbles from forming during the installation however for long term use, typically over two years, we recommend laminating with optical clear lamination.

Material:  Perforated Vinyl - *Clear Focus 35/65*

Thickness: 8 mils

Ink:  HP Latex


Any graphic greater than 3 Feet 11 inches (47") on the shortest side will be an OVERSIZED Package and your invoice will be adjusted to reflect the OVERSIZE shipping fees.

We do not contour cut any portion of the graphic that is less than 1/4".  This means that we will not cut thin lines, borders or letters less the 1/4" in height or width.  Please make vector cut lines .0001" in thickness.


Shipping packages greater than 48" on any side is considered to be OVERSIZED by Fedex and UPS. Additional shipping charges will be calculated after packing and will need to be paid for prior to shipping.

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My Favorite Review by Lane
This material is by far my favorite product to work with. I have used this on multiple car windows, and I have used this on a massive school project for the cafeteria windows. It is a great way to block immediate vision of the inside of your store and vehicle (or wherever you put it). It doesn't block all of the sun, but just enough that it looks fabulous. The install is easy, bubbles can be pushed out with your finger, and if you start to go crooked, just pull it back and repress. Be careful though, each time you pull it back, you add a little stretch. Overall one of the easiest products to install, and the look is my favorite. (Posted on 8/10/2017)

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