Static Window Cling Car Signs
us your layout, or select from a stock
template to get started. If you have any questions or would
like send us your ideas for a quote, please e-mail us at email@example.com
below are different purchasing and quote request options
for our static window cling signs. Based on your input,
we custom generate these static clings with many type
styles and color formats to choose from. You add your
personalized text by simply selecting the size and filling
in the blanks in our online sign designer. You can also
select clip art from our library of stock images be added
or upload your own logo. Static clings are an easy peel
and stick application to the inside of your windows. Clings
are a great alternative to permanent vinyl graphics or
magnetic signs. Clings are securely applied to the inside
of the window so there is no need to worry about theft
or loss of your advertising materials. Your satisfaction
with the layout is 100% guaranteed before the window static
is shipped to you. To accomplish this, upon receiving
your order, we will send you a mock up proof via email
that represents what the finished cling will look like.
The proof is sent to you in jpeg format via email. If
you approve of the proof, the order is produced and shipped
usually within 2-5 business days. You
can also view our detailed installation instructions by CLICKING HERE.
All of our stock and custom
and be made into static window clings or
vinyl graphics. Click
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of Static Window Clings
1. When you receive the cling it should look something
like this. On this particular full color cling, the image
is facing a wax paper storage backing. The side with the
image is the cling surface. Simply peel the cling away
from the backing to reveal the outward facing image and
set aside on a flat surface.
2. Prepare the surface you are going to be applying
the cling to by cleaning it with window cleaner and wiping
it clean with a paper towel. To prepare the cling for
installation, simply lay it on a flat surface and lightly
sprinkle it with clean water. This will allow the cling
to be positioned in the correct area as well as making
it easier to remove any small bubbles that may be between
the window and the cling.
3. Position the cling on one edge in the desired location.
Finish applying by rolling the cling onto the surface
of the window from one edge to the other. Since you have
the cling wet, you should be able to fine tune your cling
position by gently sliding the cling. When you have the
cling in position you are ready to move onto step 4.
4. After you have the cling in the desired position,
take the supplied blue squeegee and smooth out the cling
by flattening the cling with the squeegee and moving from
one edge to the next. After you have removed any moisture
or air that may remain, simply clean the window of any
remaining moisture that may have been left over from installation.
5. Visually inspect the window static by looking for
bubbles, air or moisture. If any air or moisture remain,
repeat step 4. Look at your cling from several angles
and distances in order to make sure your positioning is
correct. When you are completely satisfied, you're finished!
As you can see by the image to the right, even with a
strong reflection, static clings are still highly visible.
vehicles or windows with more than a 7 percent window tint,
we recommend using magnetic signs or vinyl graphics.