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Suzhou Piaozhihua Composite Material Technology Co., Ltd.

Piao Zhihua is a private company specializing in the production of high-grade self-adhesive labels, integrating research and development, production, sales and after-sales services. As China Wholesale Self Adhesive Film Manufacturers and Self Adhesive Film Factory.With a full range of production lines, including gluing, laminating and cutting, and an annual production capacity of more than 280 million square meters, we are among the top 10 companies in China for self-adhesive products.

With excellent technology, high-quality products and diverse offerings, we have earned a high degree of influence and brand awareness in both domestic and international markets, while building nationwide coverage of product sales outlets with a positive and progressive mindset.

In China, there are direct sales networks in Shanghai, Ningbo, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Harbin, Wuhan, Chongqing, Guangzhou, Changsha, Beijing and dozens of franchise chains. To further establish the status of the "PUODEHUA" brand in the international arena, we have built a marketing network in dozens of countries and regions such as the United States, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Brazil, Mexico, Russia, the Middle East and so on, covering Asia, Europe, the Americas, Africa, and other regions, and have become a long-term stable supplier.

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Industry Introduction

How does self adhesive film perform on different surfaces, such as glass, plastic, metal, or wood?
The performance of self adhesive film on different surfaces can vary depending on several factors, including the type of adhesive, the surface's texture, cleanliness, and the environmental conditions to which the film is exposed. Here's an overview of how selfadhesive film typically performs on various surfaces:
1. Glass:
  Performance: Self adhesive film generally adheres well to glass surfaces. It provides a smooth, transparent, and glossy appearance when applied.
  Considerations: Proper surface preparation is important for optimal adhesion. The glass should be clean, free of dust, grease, or contaminants that could hinder adhesion.
2. Plastic:
  Performance: Self adhesive film can adhere to a wide range of plastic substrates, including acrylic, polycarbonate, PVC, and more. The adhesion strength may vary depending on the specific plastic type and its surface energy.
  Considerations: The surface should be clean and free of any oils, mold release agents, or residues that might reduce adhesion. Some plastics with low surface energy may benefit from primer application to enhance adhesion.
3. Metal:
  Performance: Self adhesive film generally adheres well to metal surfaces, including aluminum, stainless steel, and others. Metals with smooth, clean surfaces provide good adhesion.
  Considerations: Surface preparation is essential, especially for metals with natural oxidation or corrosion. Abrasion, cleaning, or priming may be required for certain metal substrates.
4. Wood:
  Performance: Self adhesive film can be applied to wood surfaces, but the adhesion may vary depending on the type of wood, its finish, and texture. Smoother, finished wood surfaces tend to provide better adhesion.
  Considerations: The wood surface should be clean, dry, and free from any rough or uneven textures. Sanding or priming may help improve adhesion on rough wood.
5. Concrete and Masonry:
  Performance: Self adhesive film can adhere to concrete and masonry surfaces, but the porosity of these materials may affect adhesion. The film may adhere better to smoother, sealed concrete surfaces.
  Considerations: Proper cleaning and surface preparation are essential. Some films may require adhesionenhancing primers for optimal performance on porous surfaces.
6. Textured or Uneven Surfaces:
  Performance: Selfadhesive film may have challenges adhering to highly textured or uneven surfaces. The adhesive may not make consistent contact across the entire surface.
  Considerations: In cases of textured or irregular surfaces, it's crucial to select a film and adhesive designed for such applications. Thick, conformable films or adhesives with high tack can help improve adhesion on textured surfaces.
7. Outdoor Exposure:
  Performance: Self adhesive films used outdoors should be selected based on their resistance to UV exposure, temperature fluctuations, and environmental conditions. Outdoor films are often designed to withstand harsh weather and maintain adhesion over time.
Proper surface preparation, film selection, and application techniques are key to ensuring successful adhesion of selfadhesive film on different surfaces.

How to remove the traces left after self adhesive film is pasted?
If traces or adhesive residue are left behind after removing a selfadhesive film, you can follow these steps to effectively remove them:
Materials Needed:
 Adhesive remover (choose one appropriate for the adhesive type)
 Clean, lintfree cloths or paper towels
 Warm, soapy water
 Soft sponge or cloth
 Rubber gloves (if using a chemical adhesive remover)
1. Test a Small Area:
  Before proceeding with the entire removal process, test the adhesive remover on a small, inconspicuous area to ensure it does not damage the underlying surface.
2. Prepare the Surface:
  Ensure the surface is clean and free from any loose debris or dirt. Use a soft cloth or paper towel to wipe away any loose particles.
3. Apply Adhesive Remover:
  Apply a small amount of the appropriate adhesive remover directly onto the adhesive residue. Allow it to sit for a few minutes to soften the residue.
4. Gently Scrub or Rub:
  Use a clean, lintfree cloth or a soft sponge to gently rub or scrub the adhesive residue. Apply light pressure to avoid damaging the surface underneath. Use circular motions to work on the residue.
5. Repeat as Needed:
  Depending on the thickness and age of the adhesive residue, you may need to repeat steps 3 and 4 multiple times until all the residue is removed.
6. Wash with Warm, Soapy Water:
  After successfully removing the adhesive residue, wash the area with warm, soapy water to remove any remaining residue from the adhesive remover.
7. Rinse and Dry:
  Rinse the area with clean water to remove any soap residue. Use a clean, damp cloth or sponge for this step. Then, dry the surface thoroughly with a clean, dry cloth.
8. Inspect and Repeat if Necessary:
  Inspect the surface to ensure all traces of adhesive residue have been removed. If any residue remains, repeat the process as needed.
Additional Tips:
 Always follow the manufacturer's instructions for the specific adhesive remover you are using, and wear gloves if recommended.
 For stubborn or aged adhesive residue, you may need to let the adhesive remover sit for a longer period before attempting to remove it.
 Be patient and gentle during the removal process, especially if you are working on delicate surfaces.
 If you are unsure about the type of adhesive remover to use or if it is safe for your surface, consider consulting a professional for guidance.
 Some common household items like rubbing alcohol, acetone (for some surfaces), or even peanut butter (for small adhesive residues) can also be used as makeshift adhesive removers in certain situations. However, always test them in an inconspicuous area first and proceed with caution.