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Vinyl Letter Stickers

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These individual cut out letters provide an easy way for you to create a professional window display

Easy to Apply

Pre-spaced on application tape


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Get Your Own Cut Out Vinyl Letters


These vinyl stickers work well for both letters and logos, they come pre-spaced on application tape so that you can apply them easily.

•   Letters can be cut from coloured vinyl or frosted vinyl
•   Select your own letter size (max. total size 3100mm x 1600mm)
•   Choose from a gloss or matt finish
•   Available with permanent or removable adhesive dependent on the usage
•   Easy application
 

Usage

These letters can be applied to glass or internal walls, they are produced differently if they are to be fixed inside a window to be viewd from outside.
   •   Normal facing vinyl letters are applied to the front of the wall or glass
   •   Reverse cut vinyl letters are used for application inside the glass (to be viewed from outside)
 

How to Apply Vinyl Letters  

1 -  Prepare the application area (clean & dry) 
2 -  Peel off the back cover leaving the letters stuck onto the adhesive application tape
3 -  Position the application tape (with letters) to the selected area, using a credit card (or similar) smooth over the letters
4 -  Gently remove the application tape (leaving the letters applied to the surface)
 

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Contact us to find out more about our vinyl letter stickers or to place an order.
01332 662026   |   advice@ashfieldprinting.co.uk


You may also want to see Individual Cut Letters​ (Acrylic & Stainless Steel)

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