Bearing in mind that self adhesive vinyl can be affixed to any smooth non-porous surface, the possible uses of vinyl text and graphics are too many to mention, but a few examples are illustrated here.
All types of boards; plastic, metal, painted etc. can form the substrata for vinyl graphics. These could be anything from a small door sign to a shop fascia, site boards or traffic management signs.
Windows are easily enhanced by the addition of colourful designs or text based information.
Probably the most commonly seen examples of vinyl in use, are the many vehicles displaying company names and logos, and the spare wheel covers on many 4x4 vehicles.
Health & Safety, directional and information signs can all be supplied in vinyl.
Special types of vinyl are also available for specific uses, such as reflective and flourescent finishes and paint mask stencils.
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