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Professional Furniture and Interior Film - Revitalize Your Furniture and Spaces

Upgrade Your Space or Furniture with a New Look Using Interior and Furniture Film

Self-adhesive decorative films are the perfect solution to give your space or furniture a fresh and stylish appearance. With our selection of realistic patterns and textures, you can easily create a unique and personal touch in your home or business. Our films can be applied seamlessly, providing a uniform and professional finish. Give your space or furniture new life with our beautiful and versatile decorative films.

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Decofol - Color
Decofol - Color
Decofol's colored films offer an unparalleled opportunity to add a dynamic and..
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Canvas / Fabric
Canvas / Fabric
This canvas/fabric vinyl wrap offers a sophisticated and textured finish. Ideal..
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Marble furniture wrap
Marble furniture wrap
Achieve a sophisticated marble effect with our premium self-adhesive vinyl..
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Timber / Wood
Timber / Wood
This wood grain vinyl wrap offers a realistic and elegant wood finish. Ideal..
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Stone and concrete
Stone and concrete
Thesse stone and concrete vinyl wrap offers a sleek and contemporary finish...
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Leather Look Vinyl Film
Leather Look Vinyl Film
Film with a leather look in beautiful colors. This film with channels has a..
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Camouflage
Camouflage
Self-adhesive vinylfilm with a camouflage pattern. The film is designed so..
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Glitter / Sparkle Vinyl Wrap
Glitter / Sparkle Vinyl Wrap
This glitter vinyl wrap provides a dazzling finish that makes any project..
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How to Remove Decorative Film?

If you want to remove the adhesive film from a smooth surface like a window or signboard, you can start by gently heating the film with a hairdryer or heat gun. The heat will soften the adhesive, making the film easier to peel off.
Once the adhesive film is heated, you can use your fingernail or a plastic scraper to gently peel the film away from the surface. Start at one of the corners and work your way slowly across the entire surface. If there are any adhesive residues left, try removing them by rubbing with a cloth dampened with warm water or a mild soap solution.