I recently got a sandblasting cabinet and a Bosskut Gazelle. Im using the Gazelle with some regular Cricut vinyl to make stencils that I later sandblast on to Ozark Trail (YETI knock-off) 30oz Tumblers. Recently I found that the tumblers can now be purchased painted in a few colors. I thought it would make the sandblasting look more dramatic because the sandblaster would take off the paint and expose the steel below. I later found that the Cricut vinyl doesnt stick as well to the painted cups and when I attempted to sandblast one it ended up ripping off the vinyl too.
I started looking around for different vinyl when I saw the Oracal 651 stuff and thought that maybe it would stick better, but then I was worried that I might not be able to remove it. Has anyone worked with Oracal 651 before? Could it be used as a stencil? Or is there something more appropriate out there. Others were suggesting contact paper, but I got a roll of it and it wasnt as sticky as the Cricut vinyl was so I didnt even try it.