Perforated Window Decals | Gold Image Printing
The Adhesive perforated Window is a unique adhesive backing which 60% is printable and 40% is an open area. This allows from a clear viewing from inside however you cannot see from the otherside. Window Perf as it may also be refers to can be used for multiple applications such as vehicle windows, storefront windows or any window that you may want to see from inside out.
Are you tired of your window being flooded with light from your custom banners? You can quickly solve that problem by using our perforated clear window decals. Due to the limited ability of light sources to bounce back, passersby can read these signs without being distracted as they are tinted, like the windows on a car.
Personalized perforated window decals can be used to announce upcoming events. Its durable, one-time-use design enables curious passersby to read the sign from only one side without distracting those who may be looking through the other side. Our perforated one-way vision signs will provide a barrier between strangers and your business, preventing them from assuming an individual is staring at them.
Are you looking for a premium perforated window decal? No need to go anywhere, as you will find everything that you need at Gold Image Printing. We provide a wide range of Decal printing services for our clients, such as floor decals, floor graphics, transfer decals, wall decals, and much more.
We provide the best quality for your custom see-through graphics. Let us dive into the details of perforated window vinyl.
Perforated Window and it is Material
When viewed from the outside, the perforated window vinyl roll is solid, bright, and opaque. However, perforated window vinyl is transparent; we provide the best quality for your see-through window decals. It takes some time to believe something like this without knowing how it works. So, how exactly does it work, and what material is used?
One-way perforated window vinyl is precisely what its name implies, a sheet of vinyl material with tiny holes etched into it. Sixty percent of the surface is perforated, while 40 percent is open. Printing on the white side reveals vibrant colors, while the black back makes the graphic visible, making it ideal for glass signage and other transparent surfaces. The latex ink used in our Adhesive Window Perf provides longer-lasting, scratch-resistant prints.
Perforated Window Vinyl Film
An individual vinyl sticker with perforated holes throughout the print's surface is called perforated vinyl window film. Perforated vinyl window film is a full-color vinyl sticker with low adhesive backing. While people inside buildings or vehicles can see through the perforation fully, those on the outside will only see the graphic and not the window.
Vinyl window films with perforations are highly popular among vehicles due to their unique visibility characteristics. Perforated window film could be applied to all the glass surfaces of your car while still providing you with full visibility.
Color is an integral part of decorating your perforated window decal. We provide full color for the front only. With our Full-color printing, you can create any color from the spectrum by using four primary colors: cyan, magenta, yellow and black (CMYK), which are applied to one side of the window decal.
Perforated window decals can be made in any size you want. The sizes we offer can be customized to fit your needs. You can choose from a wide array of sizes with us. To create a decal that fits well within your space, it is important to measure it accurately. For perforated decals that will be applied to a vehicle, it is recommended that you take exact measurements so that they will turn out as you expect. Following are the sizes we offer:
18" x 24"
19" x 27"
20" x 30"
22" x 28"
24" x 36"
27" x 39"
27" x 40"
32" x 56"
36" x 48"
If you do not see the desired size for your perforated window decal, you can select custom size and give the height and width that you want for your window. You can also request a custom quote.
Contour Cut Specialty
It is always a good choice to make your window decal look unique and attractive. We provide our clients the facility to contour cut. In contour cutting, you cut out a shape from signage material and use a highly accurate machine and software program. It is like cutting out a picture from a magazine. Our Custom perforated window signs can be cut into any shape, from circles, ovals, stars, or even your logo. Feel free to give it a try!
Technique to Apply
You might be wondering: How to apply perforated window decals. For a quality installation of perforated vinyl window film, it is important to start with good surface preparation and continue with simple steps. Perforated window films have a few tricks and tips that will make them efficient and durable. Following is the procedure to apply the perforated window decal.
Clear your window of all dirt and grime.
Ensure that the decal is aligned correctly before laying it out on the window.
Using a washable marker, mark the window. You need to ensure that the perforated window decal is centered.
Once the adhesive side is removed, the black surface underneath will be revealed. In the case of ripped backing, you may not be removing all layers. After you remove the backing of the decal, you can see its black back.
Start by aligning the decal with the previously made markings and apply it to the window. The decal will be applied dry, so do not use any water on its adhesive side of the application surface. Apply decals from the center, working your way outward towards the corner, using a squeegee* or flat edge.
Using a razor blade, remove excess material around the edges of the perforated decal after applying it to your window.
We provide more than just perforated window decals for our clients. We have a wide range of large format printing services; you might be thinking, what is large format printing? Printing material too large for standard commercial presses is considered oversize hence Large format printing, also called wide format printing, employs production equipment that can print larger dimensions than usual. Head over to our Gold Image Blog for more information.