Custom VINYL PRODUCTS
What is vinyl cutting?
Vinyl lettering includes lettering, numbering, or shapes that are individually cut out from a sheet of solid colored, 2-mil vinyl and then pre-spaced and placed onto pre-masked transfer tape (the number of transfer tape sheets used will depend on the size of your vinyl lettering and amount of colors used).
This allows the lettering to be easily installed as one piece, creating a clean and professional look.
Some surfaces vinyl lettering will work on include glass, windows, walls, storefronts, cars/trucks, and boats.
Our vinyl lettering has over 30 different colors to choose from, including specialty colors such as frosted, fluorescent, gold, and silver.
You are also able to incorporate multiple colors into your lettering design.
Have Your Design Standard or Reverse Cut
You can choose either Standard or Reverse Cut for your vinyl lettering.
Standard Cut makes it so each letter and object in your design will be cut directly out of the vinyl material, leaving no background.
With Reverse Cut, each element in your design will be cut away from the background of the vinyl material.
With Standard Cut the price of your vinyl lettering is based off of the size of your actual design, whereas with Reverse Cut the price will be based off of the size of the square/rectangle you are having your design cut out of.
(Design Cut Out From Material)
(Design Cut From Material)
How to Install Vinyl Lettering
Follow the step by step instructions below to help you get it installed exactly as you want it.
The instructions below are for one and two color letters and graphics.
Thoroughly clean and dry the surface where the lettering will be installed.
After measuring and marking your intended installation location if necessary, apply a horizontal strip of masking or painters tape to the top of the graphic with the top half of the tape on the intended surface, creating a hinge.
Hold the bottom edge of the hinged graphic away from the intended surface and remove the back liner (which is different from the transfer tape), revealing the sticky backing of your lettering or graphic. Be careful not to allow the exposed adhesive to touch the surface.
Using a squeegee or credit card, apply pressure to the front or pre masked side of your lettering, placing the graphic onto the intended surface. Squeegee from left to right from the top down. If creases or bubbles develop, carefully lift the graphic and re-squeegee it.
Once in place without creases or bubbles, squeegee the entire lettering or graphic to ensure the adhesive is firmly attached to the surface.
Gently remove the pre-mask transfer tape, starting at a top corner. If any vinyl begins to come off the wall, use your squeegee to firmly adhere it back to the wall and continue peeling away the premask.
Laying the liner over the graphic with the shiny side facing you, apply hard pressure with the squeegee, removing any stubborn air bubbles.
Your vinyl lettering can be washed on a regular basis with a damp non-abrasive rag. This will clear it of dust or grime without damaging the lettering. Do not use strong cleaners or scrub vigorously as both of these actions may damage and/or peel away the lettering from the surface where applied.