Self adhesive pvc vinyl in a multitude of colors has spawned and entire industry. You can stick letters, decals, shapes, and designs to virtually any surface, both indoor and outdoor. It’s easy and simple to do, and best of all, it’s creative and fun. You also can make a living from it, as well. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a handy place to store all the SignWarehouse blog articles pertaining to vinyl signs and graphics? We thought so too. So we humbly present our vinyl graphics topical index.
EnduraGLOSS is a soft, 3-mil intermediate calendared vinyl with an acrylic adhesive. As the name implies, it’s a glossy vinyl, and it’s available in 42 colors. The color palette covers the gamut from sign industry standards like royal blue to trendier hues like mint green and coral. Because it has a polymeric calendared face film, […]
What is the big difference between the R series Vinyl Express cutter, which sells for hundreds, and the Q series Vinyl cutter that is in thousands? What is special about the Q series that makes them so much higher priced? This post answers that question.
So you’ve got your brand new vinyl cutter all hooked up and you’re ready to start making signs and vinyl decals. Congratulations! Now what? If you need a basic primer on what you need to start covering your world in sings, nifty stickers and wall words, this blog post is for you.
Should I use a solvent adhesive or acrylic? What’s the difference between a removable and a repositionable adhesive? When does a removable adhesive become permanent? If you’ve ever asked yourself one of these questions, you’ll enjoy our second edition of the Sign College Newsletter. This week, we’ll talk about the adhesive compounds used in today’s graphic marking films and examine their strengths, weaknesses, and unique applications. Hopefully you’ll be better able to make choices that result in what I like to call “trouble free stickage”.