This is quite simply a must buy. I absolutely love PrintBite and don't think I'll ever use any other alternative ever again.
I've used everything else PEI, Borosilicate, tape and so on and so on. Nothing compares to the performance and ease of use of the PrintBite.
I no longer have to mess around with glue or hairspray or tapes, nothing, nada.
With PrintBite installed, I just heat my bed and everything sticks to it like poop on a cows rear end (or something like that)
Seriously though, everything I've printed so far, and I've been using PrintBite for months now, ABS, PLA, PET-G and a couple of speciality filaments has adhered perfectly to the bed. No lifting, curling or any other unwanted side-effects.
And when you're finished, just let the bed cool down and the parts just lift right off, no mess, no residue, just a nice clean build surface and a flat bottom (the part, not yours.) You really do need to let it cool down though, or you'll need to put some proper effort in to removing the part, which I really don't recommend.
The other benefit of the PrintBite is that it's ridiculously low maintenance. I've gone a good couple of weeks without having to do anything but wipe a dry cloth over the top and thats with printing daily almost all day. And when it does eventually need a proper clean, just give it a good wipe down with acetone, job done.
I could waffle on for ages on how good this stuff is, but I'll finally shut up and just say this. Don't even consider anything else, you'll have a much easier life if you use PrintBite.
I've fitted it to both of my printers now and when I buy more printers, the first extra I'll be buying for them is a sheet of PrintBite. Cant recommend it highly enough, I'm a complete convert. Worth every penny.
While I'm here, I'd also just like to add for any potential customers reading this, that the customer service from 3DFilaPrint is second to none, I've no hesitation in recommending them as a supplier. They're my first stop now for getting my consumables, an easy decision to switch from Amazon to here.
I've been really, really impressed and if you ever do need to contact them, they're a great bunch of folk for help and advice (and for ending up just chatting away with, I'll mention no names ;) )