Tunneling or Liner Separation

Sometimes, when a print is rolled tightly for shipment and then laid flat, the vinyl might slip from the backing liner paper in certain areas, creating a small ripple or “tunnel” effect where it separates from the liner. This doesn’t mean your print is defective; it’s a common occurrence, especially with low-tack adhesives like our removable options that do not grab the liner paper as hard as stronger adhesives.

As long as you don’t leave it uncovered for extended periods, there’s no need to worry.

Once you position it for installation and detach the vinyl from the liner, it will smooth out, and once installed correctly, any wrinkles will vanish.

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