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Window Clings

 

Add a professional look to the storefront of your business or clear doors using window clings. Design a custom window cling to display your business hours, logos, or promote a sale or special holiday sale on any clear surface.

We print our clings on a low-tack window cling vinyl material that is easy to apply and remove. Choose from either clear or white vinyl material as well as front or back adhesive display options. 

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Design Methods

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Design from Scratch

With our easy to use online designer, you can quickly design your custom window cling. Just upload an image or logo from your computer or choose from our wide selection of clipart to create your personalized window cling.

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Upload a File

If you decide to upload an original file, instead of designing your own, you will need to upload an .eps file. This ensures that you will receive the highest quality window cling possible! Once you have added your product to your cart and select your shipping method, a proof will be emailed to you. When you approve your proof and make a payment, your order will be complete.

Payment

All window cling orders must be paid up front prior to being put into production. We accept VISA, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover credit cards. We also accept checks, which must be received prior to your clings being put into production. 

Live Order Tracking

Back in the early days of making decals, we built a system called Live Order Tracking that enables our customers to track their order through every stage of our streamlined process, from order placement to delivery.

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After placing your order for window clings, you’ll receive a unique Live Order Tracking number via email that will allow you to track your window clings every step of the way. Need the current status of your order? Just click the link in the email and get the most recent updates from our dynamic Live Order Tracking system.

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Window Cling Cut Options

Window clings are available in two different cut options. See below for more information on which cut option works best for you.

Die-Cut Sticker

Die-Cut

Die-cut means that we are cutting through both the vinyl cling material and the paper backing. This cut type doesn't leave any material around the window cling. Another way to look at it is to think of it like a "cookie cutter." Your clings are all individually cut out to the contour of your design or specified shape.

 

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Window Cling Artwork Specification

Preferred Files for Printing

Clear Decal & Window Cling Guidelines

  • Vector artwork is required: EPS and PDF
  • Please indicate the cut line clearly for all decal products

When submitting these files, make sure you convert all fonts to outlines or curves to ensure they print correctly and the fonts are not substituted. 

File Tips

  • Set up size proportionate to the exact size product you are ordering 
  • Convert all text to outlines 
  • Only Allow for bleed if necessary
  • Never flatten/merge layers in a PSD file
  • Indicate the cut line clearly for all decal products

Vector Art

Vector art consists of lines and curves that are mathematically defined objects. When viewing art in key line mode you can see the points or vectors when connecting your lines and curves. They can also be seen when using the pen tool or editing the points along a path. Vector art is ideal for type and drawn shapes because they can be enlarged to any size while maintaining crisp outlines and details without sacrificing quality. The distance between the vectors is calculated mathematically and is not dependent upon resolution. 

Raster Art

Raster images consist of colored squares, called pixels. They are created by combining a series of various colored pixels. Digital photographs are made up of pixels. If you view a raster image at 200% or more you are able to see the individual pixels that make up the image. Raster images are dependent upon resolution so image enlargement is limited by the individual size at which the file was created. If a file is produced at a size that is larger than its resolution will allow, the quality will decrease. Printing a low resolution file will result in pixelation. Individual pixels are large enough to be easily discernable. Increasing the resolution will not solve this problem is there are not enough pixels to begin with. The program will add more pixels based upon the estimation of their location and will then assign their neighboring pixels's color value. This may cause an image to look muddy. 

If submitting these files, please follow the guidelines below:

  • 100% scale (full size output) at 100 dpi
  • 50% scale at 200 dpi or higher
  • 25% scale at 300 dpi or higher
  • 10% scale at 600-1200 dpi recommended

Design Services

If you are not able to provide us with a print ready artwork, we do have a vectorizing/recreating service available. Most logos or images can be recreated for $70. Artwork design service discounts may apply.  Please contact a sales representative today for more details.

This service needs to be paid for in advance and we will be happy to give you a copy of the vector file once it is complete.

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Shipping

  • Decals.com ships within 2 - 4 business days to 90% of the United States.
  • Unless otherwise specified, at the time of ordering, your window clings will ship via UPS Ground.
  • If you have any questions about shipping rates or rush production, please contact our friendly Customer Service Representatives at (320) 391-5250 prior to ordering.
  • You will receive a tracking number once your package has shipped.
  • To read more about our shipping information visit our shipping policy page.

Shipping Methods:

  • Economy (5-15 Days)
  • Standard (3-5 Business Days)
  • Three Day (3 Business Days)
  • Two Day (2 Business Days)
  • Overnight (1 Business Day)

Important Economy Shipping Notes:

  • If choosing economy shipping, please include additional postal information such as your P.O. Box in the "Address Two" field on the checkout page to help ensure delivery.
  • Using economy shipping can also add an additional 5 - 10 days, depending on where the package is being shipped to. 

National and International Shipping Notes:

  • Decals.com ships throughout the United States and Internationally.
  • All international shipments must have shipping labels as well as customs documentation provided by the customers. We will only accept international shipping labels from the following carriers, USPS, UPS, and FedEx.
  • Contact a Customer Service Representative at (320) 391-5250 for more information.

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How to Apply Clear Labels

Clear Labels are a great way to add a unique touch to many spaces. Whether you plan to display your new clear label on the front of your business, inside your business, your house, 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 clear labels in just five easy steps.

Step 1:

Tools Needed

Clear Decal Paper Towels
Plastic Applicator Squeegee or Credit Card Warm Water or Other Common Household Cleaning Item
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Step 2:

Clean the Surface

The first order of business before you apply your clear label is to make sure the surface is clean and dry. Any dirt or debris 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. 

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Step 3:

Applying the Clear Label

Before you peel away the backing, spray the surface with a light soapy water or glass cleaner. Then peel away the backing and apply the clear label to the wet surface.

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Step 4:

Squeegee out Liquid

Gently take a rubber squeegee or a credit card and remove the liquid. Start in the middle of the clear label and slowly work the liquid out from behind the label.

 

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Step 5:

Enjoy!

Wipe away the liquid around the clear label so that your surface is dry. Be sure that your clear label is slid straight and set how you prefer. Enjoy your brand new clear label!

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More About Window Clings Return to Top

Custom window clings are the perfect temporary signage option for your business or vehicle windows. Printed on a low tack adhesive vinyl material, these decals are a perfect way to display your business hours, logos, sports teams, or any of your favorite organizations. Since they are printed on this low tack vinyl, they can be easily applied, removed, and reapplied to your car windows, storefront windows, mirrors, or any glass, metal, or plastic surface, making them one of the more versatile decal and sticker options we offer.

 

In addition to being able to apply, remove, and reuse these decals, window clings are also available in two display options; front adhesive or back adhesive. Front adhesive window clings are applied on the inside surface of the glass and are viewable from the outside. If you choose the back adhesive option, your window clings will also be viewable from the outside, but it is applied to the outside surface of the window.

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Standard turnaround time ships your product within three business days.

 

Free Shipping

We offer free ground shipping on all orders $99 or more. Expedited shipping methods available.

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Window Cling Frequently Asked Questions Return to Top

Product Information

What material are your window clings made out of?

We offer two material choices for our window clings. You can choose to print your clings on either 4 mil transparent or 4 millimeter white vinyl window cling vinyl material that are designed for both interior and exterior applications. This unique material comes with the option to choose either a front low tack adhesive or low tack back adhesive option, giving you more control on how you want to apply this decal to your window or other intended surfaces.

What is the difference between clear and white window clings and which one should I choose?

The only physical difference between the two is the color of the material. One is transparent and the other is white. However, the intended use for each material is what makes them very different.

Clear window clings offer the advantage of being see-through on the areas where ink is not present. Because of this unique feature, they are commonly used on storefronts or other retail locations to advertise your promotion, sale, or products while still allowing your customers to see the product or store behind the window cling.

White window clings are more commonly used when you intend to use full color artwork throughout the entire design of the window cling. These window clings are great for promoting sales, products, or business hours while blocking the view inside the window or outside the window

When I select the clear window cling option how do I know where it will be clear?

Your cling will show clear on any area(s) your graphic isn’t showing. So the portion of your graphic that will remain clear largely depends on what you are printing. If you are designing a clear window cling in our online designer it is recommended to also let us know specifically where you are wanting your cling to appear transparent in the order notes as this will help clear up any confusion our graphic designers may have when processing your order. 

As with all our products, your order will not be processed until you have approved your artwork and paid for your product.

If you are uploading your own design, we recommend a PNG file for this particular product, as no background will be visible in your file. If you do upload a jpeg file or any other file with a background, once again we recommend you leave instructions in your order notes. This can help clear up any confusion for our graphic designers when processing your orders. 

*PLEASE NOTE*

Your order will not go into production until you approve your free artwork proof and have paid for your custom window clings. If you select ‘Approved as shown, please send to production’ and proceed to pay for your order, we will assume everything on your order is correct and Decals.com will not assume responsibility for any printing errors in regards to artwork. For more information on our production and returns policy, please visit our policies page.

When should I use a window cling instead of a clear decal?

The biggest difference between the two products is the adhesive strength and the intended use. If you are looking for a temporary decal option, we suggest you order our window cling product. This is due to the low tack adhesive placed on the cling, allowing you easier removal and repositioning of the decal. 

If you are looking for a more permanent option when it comes to your clear decal, we suggest choosing our clear decal product. This is due to the stronger adhesive that is placed on the decal material itself. 

Can I place my custom window cling on the inside of my window and have it be visible on the outside?

Yes, we offer both back adhesive and front adhesive options for your window clings. If you would like to place your window cling on the inside of your window and have the graphic visible to passersby on the outside please select the ‘Front Adhesive’ product option. This is possible with our clear decals product as well.

How small or large can my window clings be?

Our window clings can be printed as small as 2” high x 2” wide and as large as 52” high and 120” wide. You can also create larger displays by combining multiple decal panels together. Please contact us if you need an extra large cling and we will guide you through the process.

What is the lifespan of your clings?

Our window clings have a 3 plus year lifespan when properly installed and cared for.

Are custom window clings easily removable or repositionable?

Yes, window clings use a low tack adhesive technology that allows you to apply, remove, and reposition your decal multiple times. Making this the ideal option for temporary window decals for your business.

Will window clings ruin my windows or any other surfaces I place them on?

No, as long as you apply and remove your window cling properly you should not see any damage to your windows or whatever surface you place your clear decal on. If you do end up with some sticky residue left behind, we recommend using a light cleaning solution to remove it.

Common Uses

What are some common uses for window clings?

Window clings are commonly used by businesses to help promote promotions, sales, or display store hours and business information. They are the ideal window signage option if you are looking for a temporary or repositionable graphic.

What surfaces can custom window clings be placed on?

Our custom window clings can be placed on any indoor or outdoor smooth, non-porous surfaces such as glass, stainless steel, aluminum, and plastic.

Can window clings be used outdoors?

Yes, because we print our clings with a UV resistant ink and then place a laminate over the top, your decals will be able to withstand harsh outdoor weather conditions. This laminate helps to protect your window clings from UV light, moisture, and scratches.

 Do clings work on tinted windows?

They can work on tinted windows, but you should determine whether your tint was factory installed or aftermarket. If factory installed, then it will be housed on the inside of the glass and therefore a decal will not hurt it. 

However, if the tint is after market, then the decal may pull some of ithe tint off upon removal. If you’re concerned about a vinyl cling lifting the aftermarket tint, then try a static cling. They do not use adhesive, just nature.

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