Glare is a problem that many hobbyists and industry professionals face while deciding which material is best for a particular project. At TAP Plastics, we only stock the finest materials available. Non-glare acrylic will help you solve the problem of light reflection when light is directed at different angles. Non-glare plexiglass (P-99) is designed to minimize glare and reflection as well as maximize the unhindered viewing of framed artwork and prints, making it an excellent solution for art galleries, museums, studios, and more. With its unique matte finish, non-glare plastic shows off artwork from almost any angle under typical lighting conditions. This anti-glare plastic sheet is also lightweight and easily fabricated. You can decide to paint or silk-screen your acrylic sheeting to use in a variety of applications.
Help your pictures and artwork look much more visible with the help of non-glare acrylic. We offer non-glare plexiglass in a variety of sizes. All the sheet sizes and thicknesses available online are just a fraction of what’s available at our 20 store locations. Aside from reducing glare, acrylic also blocks a great deal of ultraviolet light that is known to cause fading over time. All our employees are knowledgeable problem solvers and can help you turn your vision into a reality. While shopping for anti-glare plastic sheet, remember to create an account so you can check out quickly, print receipts, and track orders with ease. Please call 888-827-7330 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
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