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You can install custom wooden signs in your desired location with multiple accessories. We offer the following types of installation hardware for custom wooden signs: standoffs, command strips, zip ties and easel backs.
Wooden sign installation with standoffs
Step 1: Use a leveler to ensure that the wooden panel is positioned straight.
Step 2: Mark the wall using the pre-drilled holes of the sign.
Step 3: Drill your holes into the wall accordingly.
Step 4: Insert wall anchors into the drilled holes.
Step 5: Next, screw the standoff barrels onto the anchors.
Step 6: Align the holes on the sign with the barrels to secure the standoff caps.
Wooden sign installation with command strips
Step 1: Take a pair of command strips and snap them onto each other.
Step 2: Peel off the tapes on one side and apply to upper edges of the wooden sign.
Step 3: Remove the second adhesive layers and apply the sign to the target area.
Step 4: Unsnap the wooden sign, leaving the other strip attached to the wall.
Step 5: Press the wall strips down for 30 seconds to ensure they are firmly attached.
Step 6: Leave them to set for an hour to get the tightest grip possible.
Step 7: Fix the sign back onto the wall by reattaching the strips.
Wooden sign installation with zip ties
Step 1: Take zip ties according to the numbers of pre-drilled holes on the sign.
Step 2: Pass the zip ties through the holes on the sign.
Step 3: Secure the sign into place with the zip ties, leaving no wiggle room.
Step 4: Cut the extra edges of the zip ties off for a neater look.
Wooden sign installation with easel backs
Step 1: Take the easel backs and fold the wings to open the pre-dotted areas.
Step 2: Fold down the circular easel stabilizers to secure the wings into their slots.
Step 3: Remove the tapes from the adhesive parts of the easel backs.
Step 4: Affix the adhesive parts of the easel backs onto the edges of the sign.
Step 5: Press for a few seconds to make sure they are securely attached.
Step 6: Lastly, stabilize the sign with easel backs on a flat surface.