Take advantage of empty wall space to add beautifully printed graphics and showcase your name. When it comes to outdoor vinyl labels, you can interact with passing foot traffic and vehicles with memorable signage that excites everyone with your message. Outdoor vinyl labels are often seen as temporary signage during a construction phase, as a "Coming Soon!" teaser sign for a new store, or on an outdoor window that faces on a high-traffic area. They can also be use indoors to cover an empty wall with a design, message, or compan branding. Printed on durable vinyl stock with UV resistant ink, they will stay vibrant where ever they are placed.
The installation of a vinyl labels can depend on the surface you are trying to cover. On smooth surfaces such as windows, glass, or plexi, make sure to thoroughly clean the area where the label is to be applied. You can avoid having small air bubbles under the label by mixing 20% dish soap and 80% water in an empty spray bottle. Apply a generous amount directly on the back of the vinyl label after you have peeled the liner, as well as on the mounting surface. Once you have successfully positioned your vinyl label, use a scratch free squeegee to flatten and remove the excess liquid. The vinyl label may take up to 24 hours to dry completely. The ideal temperature to installing window vinyl is from -5 to 30 degrees.