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Differences between ACRYLITE® sheet surface textures

ACRYLITE® Gallery non glare (P99) – has a light matte surface finish on one-side of the sheet; commonly known as P99 in the acrylic industry. This product is typically used in the framing industry.

ACRYLITE® POP Touch – has a frosted matte surface finish on one-side of the sheet that is a bit more aggressive than non-glare matte. Commonly known as P12 in the acrylic industry. This product is designed for POP retail display and is ADA compliant.

ACRYLITE® Satinice velvet texture - has a soft matte finish on one or two sides of a sheet. This is a surface texture only, edges of the sheet remain glossy. This is commonly known as a P95 finish and the texture also applies to our ACRYLITE® Satinice velvet texture cast DP9 products.

ACRYLITE® Satinice crystal surface - has a frosted finish that gives the appearance of etched glass on one or two sides of a sheet This is a surface texture only, edges of the sheet remain glossy.

ACRYLITE® Satinice optimum light diffusion – has a frosted texture throughout the sheet as a result of diffuser beads embedded in the sheet. Material has a frosted edge.

ACRYLITE® Reflections smooth frosted mirror –  the textured surface is the same as our POP Touch product

ACRYLITE® Reflections mirror frosted silver (Platinum Ice) – has a  frosted finish like our crystal surface texture

 
The photo below shows a side-by-side comparison of ACRYLITE® Satinice velvet texture , ACRYLITE® POP Touch, and ACRYLITE® Gallery non-glare (P99).

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