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|Thickness:||4mll||Printing:||Digital printing with UV fade-resistant inks|
|Weight:||0.065lbs/sqft||Printing options:||Mirror, inside glass|
|Min. size:||1"x1"||Cutting options:||Overline, outline|
|Max. size:||58"x1740"||Lifespan:||1+ years|
What is Vinyl Lettering?
Vinyl Letterings are quotes, a special piece of information or a message written with colorful pre-spaced vinyl letters. The application tape helps to position the Vinyl Lettering to your desired location let it be for decorative or marketing purposes.
What is car lettering?
Vinyl Lettering is a colored Vinyl, with pre-spaced adhesive letters. With the help of transparent application tape it is easy to apply the letterings to car surface. After the application, the Vinyl Letters look classy and highly professional.
The Vinyl Letterings are used as a part of an advertising campaign and branding or for personalization of the private car. Business owners use Vinyl Letters with their company name, contact information, product or the services they offer, whereas individuals add their vinyl-lettered catch phrases to decorate and personalize their vehicle.
What surfaces can I apply Vinyl Lettering to?
Vinyl sticks to non-course – smooth and clean surfaces. Vinyl letterings can be applied to car windows, sides, hood, front or back bumpers and even on the windshield and tailgate! Also:
Any other clean and smooth surfaces.
Do I need to apply each letter individually?
Surely not! The letterings come with a pre-spaced application tape – transfer paper. This enables you with a quick and hassle free installation. Read our step-by-step guide of Vinyl Lettering in the installation section.
What to write with Vinyl Lettering?
How do I remove Vinyl Letters?
Lift any edge of the Vinyl Letter using fingernails or a sharp blade (be careful not to damage the surface) to peel off the Vinyl.
You can also use hair dryer or steamer (avoid overheating) to weaken the adhesive layer and remove the remains of the adhesive with acetone based remover.