Roland Media - ESM-WFRF WallFlair<sup>&trade;</sup> Removable Fabric

ESM-WFRF WallFlair™ Removable Fabric

WallFlair Removable Fabric (ESM-WFRF) is a 100 percent woven polyester fabric with a removable/repositionable white adhesive. This product is an ideal alternative to traditional vinyl wall graphics, due to its greater perceived quality. Designed for both indoor and outdoor use, WallFlair produces color-saturated prints that dry fast for greater productivity and efficiency. The material is an excellent choice for a wide range of print/cut applications. Best of all, it is GREENGUARD Gold certified. Compatible with Roland SOLJET, VersaArt, VersaCAMM and TrueVIS printers.

GREENGUARD Certified UL 2818

GREENGUARD Gold Certification includes safety factors to account for sensitive individuals (such as children and the elderly) and ensures that a product is acceptable for use in environments like schools and hospitals. This type of certification is becoming a key factor to a growing number of architects, designers and facility managers seeking to incorporate third-party certified, healthier, more sustainable products into their buildings


Total Caliper: 6.7 mil
Basis Weight: 140 g/m2
Whiteness: 90
Brightness: N/A
Opacity: 99%
Gloss Level: Semibrillante
Inkset: Eco solvent (Eco-Sol MAX, Eco-Sol MAX 2, EJ, TrueVIS)
Adhesive: Solvent/Acrylic
Backing: Paper


  • Posters and Presentations
  • POP Displays
  • Tradeshow Graphics
  • Wallcoverings and Murals
  • Outdoor Signage

Available Sizes


Storage and Usage

WallFlair Removable Fabric (ESM-WFRF) should be handled with care to prevent surface contamination that may affect the printable surface of the product. This material should be processed and stored in an environment of 65° - 85° F (18° - 29° C) and 20 - 60% relative humidity (non-condensing) that is clean and relatively dust-free. It is recommended to store this product in its original packaging in a cool dry area until ready for use. If storage conditions are outside the recommended operating ranges, allow the material to acclimate to the production environment for at least 24 - 48 hours before use.

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