MirrorEffect SimplyApply ASLAN SE 76 is now available

Mirroring the mirror effect film – MirrorEffect SimplyApply ASLAN SE 76.

ASLAN, known as German specialist in self-adhesive films, launches a new solution of the special effect range: As a sister product to the popular MirrorEffect AntiScratch ASLAN SE 75 in silver and gold, there is now the new MirrorEffect SimplyApply ASLAN SE 76 available – a brilliant mirror effect film in silver that is, due to an adjusted adhesive formula, extraordinary simple to apply.

ASLAN’s mirror effect films are known probably for the best and most brilliant mirror effect in the market. But there is a challenging task for the users: To unfold the whole shining brilliancy of the existing mirror effect films, they have to be perfectly applied. This is easy to do for a professional, but ASLAN set on the agenda to develop a mirror effect film that is foolproof to apply. The solution is the new MirrorEffect SimplyApply ASLAN SE 76.

The self-adhesive film combines the essential characteristics of ASLAN’s mirror effect films: The surface is absolutely brilliant and mirrors very sharp. Furthermore, the 75 μm aluminised PET-film is highly scratch-resistant and therefore suitable for many indoor applications. Plus, the film is very simple to apply dry, is easy to correct, even repositioning does not cause material cracking and the film remains completely removable from nearly every substrate.

For all these reasons, the silver-coloured film is particularly suitable to be applied over entire flat and smooth surfaces or for use as plotted selective highlights. The self-adhesive film is the ideal solution for indoor applications in shop fitting, visual merchandising, exhibition stand design and interior design since it is easy to clean using conventional cleaning agents and the brilliant mirror effect retains in the long term.

Of course, the new MirrorEffect SimplyApply ASLAN SE 76 will be shown at the FESPA Global Print Expo in Munich. Visit ASLAN in hall A5, stand F65 for a personal impression of the brilliant mirror effect.