Explanation on Rear Glass Decals
Unlike many forms of ‘printed’ signage, our Rear Glass Decals are not printed, rather, they are cut. What this means is that each letter, number, punctuation, and/or graphic elements are individually cut, using a state-of-the-art vinyl cutting machine.
The major significance is that because all of the letters are cut, the background of the sign is effectively the surface onto which you apply the decals.
So when you are choosing your vinyl lettering color, please make sure to choose a color that is most contrasted from the surface to which these decals are applied.
Do I have to install each and every letter individually?
Gosh no, that would be an absolutely nightmare to align and space out each letter correctly.
The entire design is affixed via a single sheet of transfer tape that holds the letters in place. You install the entire design as one single piece and then remove the transfer tape, leaving just the letters and shapes on the surface.
Are these removable?
This depends on what exactly you are asking. This sticker can definitely be removed at a future date if you need to change the sign, or remove it altogether. The longer the decal has been on the glass, the more difficult it will be to remove it, but you can do it by using a razor blade and scraping off the letters. Any adhesive residue can be removed using automotive Goo-Gone or nail polish remover.
Can this be removed and then reused?
No. Because each individual letter is cut, once it is removed, it will not be salvageable. If you need a temporary solution, we would recommend you purchase Car Magnets.