**Made with Glossy Oracal 651 Vinyl for outdoor or indoor use.**
^Click the magic button above to talk sized, colors, and prices.^ **Size pricing listed are examples based on industry averages.** *Vinyl can range from 4x4 to 12x24.* Decal will be sent with transfer tape as well as application instructions.
Matte Indoor Vinyl is available upon request with alternate colors not shown above. Mattte indoor Vinyl is great for removable wall quotes and images.
~ The sizes you select are always height x length. If you want the name Amanda but you select a 3x3 decal, it will fit in the 3x3 decal so it will look stretched. The name Amanda with 3 inches high would look normal with a 3x6 inches long or more. Just a tip! ~Multi color decal. ~All vinyl decals will be shipped with transfer tape already attached to ease in application. ~ I can send you a picture of what your decal will look like roughly before I cut it but keep in mind this could add to the processing time. To keep my prices lower, previews of fonts will not be accepted or will be responded to. If you checkout and then ask for a preview of 10 fonts, that will not be fulfilled.
At checkout, in the "Notes to seller" section please select your Vinyl Color Choice! If no color is selected decal will be black.
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Oracle 651 Vinyl is designed to stick 3-5 years, if not longer.
Acceptable Application Surfaces •Glass •Metals (Must be painted with a smooth, glossy enamel.) •Vehicles (Must be painted with a smooth, glossy enamel.) •Vinyl (Such as Banners, Canopies, flags, etc.) •Plastic •Fiberglass (Must be painted with a smooth, glossy enamel.) •Wood (Must be painted with a smooth, glossy enamel.) •Other Painted Surfaces (Paint must be smooth and glossy, vinyl will not stick to oxidized, faded, or peeling paint)
Not Recommended Surfaces •Cement •Raw Lumber •Oxidized or faded paint •Peeling paint •Rubber •Raw Metals •Oily Surfaces
These lists are not comprehensive and there are other acceptable and unacceptable substrates than those listed above. Again, when in doubt, apply the rule that states vinyl will generally adhere well to hard, smooth, glossy and clean surfaces.