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That depends on what needs to be removed and how long it’s been on there.

We have kiss-cut, perf-cut, square, round, oval & clear.

As far as substrates, we have Dibond Aluminum, Sintra/PVC & Corrugated Plastic.

We offer a gloss or matte laminate. If nothing is mentioned, we will use the gloss.

We use a 13oz PVC Gloss Banner. We do have a Matte Banner if requested.

We use vectored files, which are an EPS, AI, PDF or SVG file.

We cut to size in-house, whatever size you need, we can do.

All of our substrates come in 4’X8′ sheets. If you would like a larger sign, we can put full sheets together.

Sintra is a lightweight yet rigid board of moderately expanded closed-cell polyvinyl chloride (PVC) extruded in a homogeneous sheet with a low-gloss matte finish. This material is durable, waterproof as well as dent and scratch-resistant.

Dibond is the original aluminum composite sheet, comprising two 0.3 mm thick aluminum cover layers and a polyethylene or mineral core. It is lightweight – extremely rigid and strong, making it ideal for both indoor and outdoor applications.

Corrugated Plastic can also mean sheets of plastic which are wave-like in profile and may be reinforced with chopped glass fiber. They are a single layer and used mainly for yard signs or more of a temporary sign. They are waterproof.

A vector file is made up of shapes and filled in with colors. We can enlarge a vector file as big as we want, and it won’t get blurry.

I would like to note, we get a lot of files that are saved as a vector file, but were made in a raster software. If this happens, I’ll let you know after I receive the file from you.

Example: You make a raster (pixel) image in Photoshop and save it out of Photoshop as a PNG. Then, you bring it into Canva and save it as an SVG. That file was originally a raster (pixel). Now I have a raster (pixel) image with the file name as .svg instead of .png.

A raster image is made up of pixels; if it is less than 300dpi, it will become blurry when blown up.

No problem! We can redraw your logo for a $20 redraw fee. Just send us what you have. It could be on clothing, an old sign, an old photo, etc.

Yes. The laminate we use adds 3 years to the life of your print, weather permitting. It is also a UV protectant.

No. The only thing we print on is white vinyl and Banner Material. For all of our substrates, we print on vinyl then hand-apply it to the substrate. This way, it won’t just scrape off like other online companies.

Yes, but the minimum is 50 per design.

Yes. Our Magnetic comes in a large roll that is 24″ wide. Our standard Vehicle door Magnetics are 18″X24″. We also cut to size, we just cannot go over 24″ in a single direction.

We have a cold Laminator only. We can laminate digital prints/wraps that go on vehicles or laminate the fronts of your signage.

Yes. We will grommet the banners every 2 feet, unless specified when placing the order.

Yes. We charge $75 an hour for removals.

Yes, but it has to be saved out of the software it was created in at 300dpi or better.

Yes, but the minimum is 50 per design.

Yes. We can grommet through those two substrates & banner.

Yes. Just let us know where you would like them at the time of ordering.

Yes. The Sintra and Dibond can have rounded corners, but not the Coroplast.

No. When we fold our banners, we tape them.