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5 0 I N T E R I O R S 2 0 2 1 G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M T here are many ways to increase branding and promotion opportu- nities, and one of those is applying unique graphics to non-traditional surfac- es, such as rough walls. Rough or textured concrete or brick walls don't have the best reputation for making graphic installation easy. But, with IM AGin RoughR A P R R100 wall wrapping f ilm from Mactac, even the most challenging applications are a breeze. Case in point: Graphics design and sign company 84 Sign Shop installed Rou g h R A P g r aph ic s to C a l i for n ia Universit y of Pennsylvania's athletic stadium concrete bleachers. When com- plete, an installer said, "This was our first time using Mactac material and after this experience, we will be using more in the future. The material bit into the stadium concrete so it looked flawless. The install went smoothly, and we couldn't get over how great the seams blended in." With excellent conformabilit y and bond, Rough R AP transforms the walls of sports arenas, grocery stores, schools, and more with ease. Follow these tips to make RoughR AP work for you: 1. Prepare and pretest the surface. 2. Use the right tools. 3. Use the hinge method. 4. Apply heat to conform the film to the surface. 5. Relax, reset, and finish the graphic. Using PER MACOLOR R AYZor over- laminates with RoughR AP will extend graphic life (up to 18 months outdoors), allow for easier handling, and deliver su- perior graphic protection. INT Transform TIPS AND TRICKS Rough Walls Images courtesy Mactac C O U R T E S Y O F M A C T A C 5 0 I N T E R I O R S 2 0 2 1 G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M with Ease

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