Perforated Window Vinyl Printing (see-through decals) is ideal for both outdoor and indoor use. Uses for Perforated Window Vinyl include vehicles, storefronts, and any other transparent surface where your customer needs visual security from the exterior. Due to its one-way visibility feature, Perforated Window Vinyl is among the most preferred window signs for many types of businesses. Window Vinyl is easy to install and a cost-effective method of advertising.
Printing material is constructed of (Materials).
- 540 DPI – Recommended for applications that are to be viewed from a 15′ distance.
Features and Benefits:
- 40% perforated adhesive vinyl
- Black adhesive back
- Full colored (540 DPI)
- Straight cut
- Maximum size: 53″ x 150′ – Oversized vinyl will be printed in panels. Please consider a 1″ overlap for printing.
- One side printed only
What is Perforated Window Vinyl?
Perforated Window Vinyl, also known as See-through Window Decals, are printed on adhesive vinyl material that allows only one-way visibility. People inside your building will be able to see the outside. Alternatively, people passing on the outside will not be able to see the inside. This provides your guests a private setting without sacrificing the sunlight and serves as an amazing tool to advertise your business effortlessly. Since people on the inside can see the outside, Perforated Window Vinyl can also be used on car windows.
Can You See Through Perforated Vinyl Signs?
Yes, you can easily see through perforated vinyl signs. They are made by puncturing 40-50% of the vinyl material. These micropunctures allow you to see through while displaying the graphic or image properly on the outside.
How Do I Apply Perforated Vinyl to My Store Window?
(1) Gently remove the Decal’s backing. (2) Clean the area you plan on placing the decal. The area must be dry before applying the decal. (3) Mildly press the decal against the window that you want to install your decal (from top to bottom).
How Do I Remove Perforated Window Graphics?
Warm weather and heat will help soften the adhesive. First, attempt to remove by pulling the top edge down a few inches and continue pulling down at a 180-degree angle. If you are unable to remove the decal by using the first method, consider using a razor blade to scrape the decal gently away. Lastly, clean the remaining adhesive using regular window cleaning products.