Stencil Ease Repositionable Stencil Spray Adhesive
Stencil Ease Repositionable Stencil Spray Adhesive, A Semi Permanent Low Tack Bond, Wall Stencils
- Adheres to most surfaces without damaging, wrinkling, flaking, or leaving residue upon removal
- Perfect for securely positioning wall stencils on any surface easily
- Great for posters and other displays on walls providing a long-term bond
- May not prevent bleed through
Analysis of 100+ reviews for Stencil Ease Repositionable Stencil Spray Adhesive
BestViewsReviews analyzed 5,573 reviews for 17 products in the Adhesive Sprays category.
We analyzed a total of 116 reviews for this product out of which, 88 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 50% reviews were positive while around 40% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Stencil Ease Repositionable Stencil Spray Adhesive
This product received a total score of 8.23 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 7 features:
Users of this product said
It works great and is very easy to use, but I don't think it would work if you left it on for a long period of time.
I didn't think it would work that well but I think it does, I used it on a night when dinner was cooking and it was on a time crunch.
I am very happy that I purchased this, it is much better than using tape.
The smell when I first sprayed inside was a small one, but it quickly dissipated, and I would recommend this product to anyone.
The stencil application lasts me a whole wall, 8x15 ft., and it was easy to stick on the wall and remove.
Question & Answers
Is it possible to use this in a journal to get the stencil to stick then take it back up again?
If you do a very light coat and stick it onto a different surface several times, the glue isn't as strong, so you'll ruin the paper in your journal.
Is it possible to wash the spray off with water or is it a solvent?
Warm water and dish soap can be used to remove this spray adhesive.
Is it possible to hold stencil down on wood like on reclaimed wood and pallet wood?
If your stencil is made from a thin material like paper of thin acrylic, I will work well.
I have a laminated map that I am trying to posittion a sheet of plastic over, but any residue in between the two will not look good. Will this work?
If you want to keep the plastic over your map permanently, I don't think so.
Is this product helpful in preventing bleed out when applying paint to the Mylar stencil?
Yes. When lightly sprayed on the back of mylar stencils this will help create a seal to keep paint from bleeding.