Adhesive Vinyl is a flexible material that can be used on all kinds of projects. Unlike regular vinyl, it may require application solely to solid surfaces rather than soft ones like t-shirts or clothing. You will often see the material on promotional displays. You also don’t have to use a heat press. Adhesive vinyl will stick to almost any kind of smooth surface and is versatile enough for indoor and outdoor projects.
Adhesive Vinyl comes in both Calendered and Cast. You may be wondering what the difference is. Click here to learn more about Calendered Vinyl and click here to learn more about Cast Vinyl.
Adhesive Vinyl Sheet Options
Before making your selection of adhesive vinyl, always inquire about the availability of certain products. Many of our items can sell out quickly, especially when businesses prepare for product launches or seasonal promotions. See if you qualify for any special shipping deals or discounts and if you would want to purchase a color swatch.
In addition, check the application instructions for each of our products. Then the vinyl will last for longer, and your customers will be happier as a result of the improved quality. Determine if you will require transfer paper for the applications, and what shapes that you will cut from the vinyl.
The type of adhesive will make the difference. Do you want permanent or removable vinyl? Permanent vinyl usually has a heat application and is designed to last for several years. While one can remove it with appropriate heating tools, it is meant for long-term applications. They are also best for outdoor displays, such as for buildings and vehicles.
One beautiful removable vinyl option is the PSV Glitterflex Ultra. You get fifteen color options and the benefits of Glitterflex without needing a machine for proper application. You get a pressure-sensitive film that will catch the light and reflect it with beautiful colors. We recommend keeping it out of areas with direct sunlight.
Do you only need a short-term application with a matte look? Consider Oracal 631 Matte as one option when you have painted drywall surfaces. Do not reposition once applied. The thickness is 3 millimeters.
If you prefer a permanent adhesive, Oracal 9300 Cast Vinyl may be the right option for you. It is considered a prime representative of the industry standard. Use multiple vinyl cutters and printers for your benefit. You get a solvent-based adhesive that is versatile for indoor or outdoor applications. The vinyl is also a high-energy phosphorescent material, meaning that it will glow in the dark.
Refine Your Vinyl Applications With ColorCraft Vinyl
ColorCraft Vinyl knows how important it is for businesses to have the tools they need for appropriate designs. Whether or not you are creating permanent displays or temporary ones to take advantage of seasonal deals, your satisfaction is our priority.
To find out more, please reach out to us today. ColorCraft Vinyl will answer all of your questions about the type of vinyl that is best for your business applications.