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3M has launched two anti-graffiti wrap overlaminates which, as well as being easy to clean, can be used on curved surfaces such as vehicle noses, textured coach walls and window frames. The Anti-Graffiti Wrap Gloss Overlaminate 8588G and Matte Overlaminate 8590M can also be used on textured and brick walls in stations.
‘Rail operators have been crying out for wrap overlaminates that offer great stain-resistance, stretching properties and durability all in one, so we are excited to announce our latest offering, which we believe has potential to save these customers huge sums each year', said 3M's Tim Beyer.
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