Aslan MirrorEffect now available in gold

July 17, 2018

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Aslan has expanded its portfolio of special effect films with the self-adhesive polyester film, MirrorEffect AntiScratch Aslan SE 75 now available in gold, as well as the existing silver.


Both self-adhesive mirror effect, anti scratch polyester films are characterised by a brilliant mirror like finish, along with a very high scratch resistant surface.



Applied on smooth, homogeneous substrates the polished surface of the film reflects mirror images brilliantly. Silver mirror effect makes rooms appear optically larger and brighter, while gold mirror effect additional gives a warm impression. This self-adhesive mirror effect film has the advantages of being lightweight, shatter proof when used as a mirror and flexible in terms of application. With the use of a plotter, the film can be cut into individual shapes and is easy to weed.


A remarkable benefit of Aslan mirror effect films lies in the high scratch resistance of the film’s surface. The mirror effect film can therefore be applied to large areas without the need to over-laminate it with an additional protective film. Moreover, the high scratch resistance ensures that the mirror effect remains brilliant and intact in the long term and that the film can be easily cleaned.



Especially designed for the decoration of smooth surfaces the self-adhesive mirror effect film is ideally suited for applications in shop fitting, visual merchandising, exhibition stand construction and interior design. Flat surface areas on furniture, ceiling panels and glass for instance, bring out the both sided mirror effect particularly well, whether applied to large areas or as an individually set piece. Applied to a transparent surface the mirror effect is visible both sides.


MirrorEffect AntiScratch Aslan SE 75 gold and silver have an outdoor durability of three to five years and are available in the dimensions 25 x 1.25 metres. 

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