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Charcoal Reflect-It

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Reflect-It Fabric


Reflect-it is designed to take advantage of the retroreflective optical properties of microscopic glass beads coated on fabric surface, which collect light from any angle of incidence and reflect it back in the direction it came from. The surface is densely packed with microscopic glass beads (usually titanate glass). In addition, each glass bead is covered with a metallic reflective layer on its rear half, enhancing its retroreflective properties. End products made with Reflect-it seem to glow brightly when viewed from the light source, but appears as a simple color from most other directions or in daylight. Washable, drycleanable and easily sewn. Also available as iron-on transfer and unsupported PVC for RF welding purposes.
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