This film is designed to accept a variety of solvent-based inkjet, latex and UV curable inks common to wide format digital printing systems. Thoroughly test this product when applying to painted surfaces.
Hazing may develop on the painted surface with extended exposure to static cling vinyl. The surface must be clean, smooth and as close to room temperature as possible.
Cold surfaces reduce the cling of the vinyl. Small decals may be applied dry. Large decals should be applied by wetting the substrate and the decal with glass cleaner.
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Thread starter crazyshady Start date Jul 19, Any sure way to tell the difference? Now after a few plays it is reduced greatly but it still creeps in through certain parts. Most are on black vinyl and have never been played before since i buy them from shops. Is this normal? They are 7" singles so are just stored in the sleeve with no protection. I should also say that i've got singles that are on coloured vinyl and play flawlessly. Heck i've got records that i bought second hand and were well played from 40 years ago and there is not a single crackle or his from them.
Could it just be static i am hearing? I listen to all kinds of music so maybe it could be some companies are just not using the best people to press the music? Don't shoot me down for it but did buy some new Kate Nash singles and they are jukebox style 7" singles and the vinyl is heavier than most other 7" singles but the crackling starts at the beginning and then creeps in every now and then.
I'm thinking it might just be static because it is happening all too much lately. Is there any way to reduce this? Room temperature? Any kind of device that will actually reduce it or get rid of it? I don't abuse my records or equipment so don't think it is my equipment or anything. Theer may be various reasons why some LPs have more static than others, it could be how they are stored, the quality of the material used and even the black dye used. The Wiki article has good information on this: Gramophone record - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - scroll down to 'Vinyl quality' heading.
They both work the same way. The fluid used in the Knosti absolutely kills the static, so far on the ones I have cleaned and stored as described the static and majority of the dust stayed off for a three months or so and counting!
Static electricity on laminate floors can be reduced by adding humidity to the air and keeping on top of dust.
Static electricity builds up when the air is dry. For those who live in climates that are humid in the summer and dry in the winter, you might notice an increase in static electricity shocks during those dry, chilly months. People who live in dry climates in the desert might experience the shocks year-round.
Do this by setting up a humidifier and turning off the furnace when it's not needed. If you have a wood-burning stove, keep a pan or kettle of water simmering on top of the stove when the fire's going. While static electricity is not caused by dust, it is made worse by a buildup of dust.
So one way to reduce static is to dust or lightly mop laminate floors frequently. You can also use an electrostatic cloth when you're cleaning the floors, as the dust is attracted to the charge of the rag rather than being attracted to the static electricity on the flooring.
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