• How to make a purchase directly from Bodaq?

    We can ship your ordered film or you can collect it in our office. To make a purchase, please contact us and specify the details of your project.

  • I have a question about Bodaq products. Who should I contact?

    Please feel free to contact us via the website.

  • Do you sell a roll of film partially? What is a minimal order?

    Yes, we can sell a part of a roll. A minimal order is 10 linear feet, but if you need smaller order, please contact us for negotiation.

  • Is your product fire retardant?

    Yes, we conducted a test in 2019 by SGS - Bodaq film holds a class A level of fire retardancy. Test Report

  • How safe is your product for the environment and interior?

    BODAQ Interior Film is totally safe and sustainable. The material is made in a safe work environment in a process that minimizes the release of volatile organic compounds. Anti-bacterial and anti-fungus, it contains no heavy metals, no formaldehyde and no phthalates. All certificates and test reports

  • What is the average price of the product?

    Retail price is around $4-5 per sq. ft. for a majority of patterns, the most expensive are $7-8 per sq. ft.

  • What surfaces can be wrapped with your interior film?

    Wood, plywood (MDF), metal, plastic, glass, laminate, painted surfaces - anything.

  • Do you offer a warranty?

    We offer a 10-year manufacturer warranty for the material.

  • Can you wrap wall panels?

    Yes, this product is a perfect solution for wall panels - no demolishing, no replacing - just wrap the surface to have a brand new one. Please, check the video from our partner - Wall panels refinishing project.

  • Can your film be installed in an elevator cabin?

    Yes, we have all the necessary certificates and test reports to do it.

  • How does it react to water?

    There is no reaction to water. It is a PVC (vinyl) film, and there is nothing that can happen with it under the water.

  • Do I need to use something to glue it?

    No, the vinyl film is self-adhesive – it has a special glue on its backing. Usually, we recommend using a primer (we have our primer) to make the adhesion stronger.

  • How to wrap corners or curved surfaces?

    Using a heat gun, we can stretch the film around curved surfaces or wrap corners without seams or cuts. Although self-adhesive backing is sufficiently strong, we use an extra amount of primer to increase the adhesion.

  • How durable Is this product?

    It is much more durable than paint or regular wallpaper. It can be used in high traffic areas and still stay in good shape without scratches or wear.

  • Can I use it for kitchen countertops?

    It can also be used for countertops, however, we do not recommend to cut it with a knife or put a hot pot/pan directly on the vinyl. Additionally, the film can be washed with any chemicals you usually use for cleaning.

  • Is it possible to remove the material?

    Bodaq interior film is made to stay on the surface for years or even decades, but if you need to remove the vinyl, it is doable. It is not easy – removing the Bodaq finish from one side of a door (7*3 ft.) could take up to 30-60 min. But if you need to renew a surface, you can cover the old vinyl film with a new one. How to remove the Vinyl Film.

  • I am concerned that the film may look unnatural in close-up or feel unnatural when I touch it. How close is it to the appearance and texture of natural materials?

    You could have seen vinyl films that looked like plastic in the past (or it should be a cheap product). Bodaq architectural film is multi-layer and thus capable of imitating real materials. We have patterns and textures that look and feel like natural surfaces. Usually, people can't recognize an artificial surface when they touch an installed Bodaq film.