Following the launch of its Recycled Removable Adhesive Fabric for aqueous printers, HP has announced the release of HP Recycled Removable Adhesive Fabric. The newly launched three-inch Core (Latex/Solvent) is made with recycled water bottles and coating materials for HP Latex, solvent, low-solvent, and UV-curable inks. The newly rolled out fabric is featured with remarkable water-based, repositionable adhesive that doesn’t harden over time and can be mounted on indoor and outdoor surfaces without leaving a residue.
According to a source, the newly introduced HP Recycled Removable Adhesive Fabric is designed as an ideal solution for a variety of applications. The product is now offered at a comparable price to traditional non-post-consumer recycled products. The non-PVC product can meet environmental and safety standards. It can help to reduce the environmental impact of printing and is certified slip-resistant for floor graphics. It can be contour cut and applied without stretching.