Rabu, 28 Juli 2010

Put Your Miles to Work With Vehicle Advertising

Sign makers are always searching for innovative ways to help you get better mileage for your advertising. Speaking of which, how often do you drive your vehicle? If you're like the typical American, you are traveling about fifteen thousand miles a year.

You may as well put those miles to work for you by advertising your business on your vehicle!

I'm sure you have seen advertising on vehicles before. It's a simple recipe, really, and with the right ingredients you can get a vehicle with a gourmet look for the cost of a home-cooked meal.

How do you want to use your sign? Do you want to be able to move it from car to car? If so, consider magnetic signs. Unlike signs of the past, advances in material will no longer harm your paintjob. Scratch*Guard Magnetics Signs are my preferred ingredient because they don't scratch the paint or cause annoying rust spots.

If you do not apply them properly, your magnetic sign will fly off, just like flour flying out of the mixer. Be sure to apply it to a smooth surface so air cannot flow under the sign. And if you're had an accident or two and your car has too much plastic body filler (like Bondo), then the signs won't stick well either.

If you're looking for a more permanent solution, consider vinyl lettering. This semi-permanent solution is simple to apply and can be used on any surface of your vehicle. The lettering can last seven to ten years and can be removed if you want to sell the vehicle or if you simply do not want any graphics on it anymore.

When buying vinyl lettering, be sure to ask for high-performance vinyl. It lasts several times longer than the intermediate level of vinyl, and the small additional cost easily pays itself off and more.

Installing it is as easy as boiling a pot of water. Our letters and graphics come as 1 big sheet with everything already in place. All you have to do is:

1. Pre-position the sheet where you want the vinyl to be applied
2. Peel back the under-coating to expose the sticky side of the vinyl
3. Use a plastic putty knife to smooth on the vinyl graphics and letters
4. Remove top sheet and see the professional results!

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