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What material is used for your trailer decals?
We offer two vinyl material options for our trailer decals. Our standard vinyl material is made from calendered vinyl that has a three to five-year outdoor durability lifespan when properly applied and maintained.
If you are looking for something more durable we recommend our hi-performance vinyl which is made from a cast vinyl material that has up to an 8 year outdoor durability lifespan when properly applied and maintained.
Can I use multiple colors, fonts and images in my design?
Yes! Because we digitally print our decals in full color you will not be charge anything additional for multiple colors, fonts, or imagery.
The only time color will affect your price is if you request a color match proof. If you need a color match proof, please contact us to speak with one of our friendly customer service reps!
Can my decal contain both images and text?
Yes it can! Because we offer multiple cut options for our trailer decals. You can design a trailer decal that is only text, only imagery, or contains both text and imagery.
Do your decals have a glossy or matte finish?
Our trailer decals are available in either a glossy or matte finish.
How large can my trailer decal be?
We have a max print width of 120” and a max print height of 58”. Anything larger than 58” wide will require your decal to be printed in panels.
Will my design impact the pricing of my decal?
No! You can add unlimited text, imagery, and color to your trailer decal design at no extra cost. The only time color will affect your price is if you request a color match proof. If you need a color match proof, please contact us to speak with one of our friendly customer service reps!
What is the lifespan of your Trailer decals?
The lifespan of our standard vinyl material is 3 to 5 years when properly applied and maintained.
The lifespan of our hi-performance vinyl material is up to 8 years when properly applied and maintained
Are your trailer decals repositionable?
We do not recommend trying to reposition our decals after installation. While they will remove cleanly if you take them off, reapplying them will likely be unsuccessful since the adhesive is only designed for single installations.
What are some common uses for trailer decals?
Some of the more common uses for these decals are, horse trailers, racing trailers, advertising or promotional decals for businesses and fleet graphics.
What surfaces can these decals be placed on?
Trailer decals can be placed on any area of your trailer and vehicle, including the sides, hood, bumper, and windows. But it is not just limited to your trailers, they will apply properly to any non-porous surface such as; walls, metal, plastic, and glass.
Will decal ruin the paint on my trailer?
Trailer decals should not damage the paint on your paint when they are properly applied. Our adhesive that we use is intended to be strong enough to stick to your trailer, but remove cleanly from your trailer without damaging any paint.
Can I apply my trailer decals to different vehicles?
Yes! Because our decals are laminated to resist UV, scratches, and moisture they can be used in many different setting as long as they are applied to a non-porous surface on any type of vehicle you own, including cars, trucks, vans, box trucks, buses, atv’s, snowmobiles, RV’s, boats, jet skis, and any heavy equipment.
How to Apply Vinyl Decals
Decals are a great way to add a unique touch to many spaces and surfaces. Whether you plan to display your new decal on your car, laptop, living-room wall, or anywhere else, proper installation is crucial for creating a strong bond that lasts long and looks great. That's why we've put together this guide that teaches you how to apply decals in just six easy steps.
|Plastic Applicator Squeegee or Credit Card
||Warm Water or Other Common Household Cleaning Item
Clean the Surface
The first order of business before you apply your decal is to make sure the surface is clean and dry. Any dirt, debris, or moisture can weaken the adhesion. Use warm water and soap, rubbing alcohol, or other common household items for a good clean. Be sure to wipe away any left-over cleaning product or residue with a dry cloth before moving on to the next step.
Tape & Measure
Before you peel away the backing, tape your decal down on the surface where you intend to apply it. Measure and adjust to make sure it is centered and straight.
Remove the Transfer Film from the Backing
Run a long piece of tape across the top of the decal to form a hinge. Slowly peel away the transfer film from the white backing.
With smaller decals, you can peel away the entire backing. For larger decals, it may be best to peel away the first portion and apply the decal to the surface as you peel away the rest of the backing.
Apply the Decal to the Surface
While holding the bottom end of the decal away from the surface. At the top of the decal, apply pressure with a plastic applicator squeegee or credit card. Start from the center of the decal and, with a scraping-like motion, work your way outward left to right, working your way down the decal.
Remove the Transfer Film
Once you've placed the decal, slowly remove the transfer film and press down any loose pieces and work out any air bubbles
Now you can remove the transfer film and enjoy your freshly placed decal.
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