Look In or Out
The next thing you need to do is decide which side of the window cling do you want to stick to your window, wall, counter, or floor:
Applied behind the window. The print will be on the cling side which will stick to the glass. Your static cling will be protected from outside elements but is not ideal for tinted windows.
Applied in front of the window. The side with no printing adheres to the surface. This offers maximum visibility even from a distance and is perfect for tinted windows.
Install in 4 Simple Steps
First, clean up. Clean and remove any dust or residue on your mounting surface so your static window cling film will attach properly.
Second, wash up. Wet the surface thoroughly with dishwashing soap and warm water.
Third, peel away. Peel the window cling backing at 2” from the top before peeling the rest away. Apply cling to the still wet surface. The soapy surface makes it easy to move the vinyl cling around to fix the position.
Lastly, press. Take a squeegee, ruler, or even a business card and press on the window cling film in a downwards swiping motion to secure cling to the surface. This will also remove any liquid, air, or soap bubbles trapped inside.
Present a Daring New Look
Get the most out of your window cling printing with these handy design tips that will get all the attention:
Maximize all spaces. Utilize every square inch available in your space. Take advantage of the wide variety of sizes of window clings we offer – from as small as 3” x 3” to as large as 120” x 53.” The bigger the size, the bolder the impact, and the better your bottom line.
Be bold. Create the most impact with a high contrast design. Go with brightly colored graphics and make your storefront stand out against a row of similar-looking buildings. Use large, strong fonts so your message will be easily noticed by everyone who passes by.
Use images. Photos can convey an instant message. For restaurants, displaying large images of your popular dishes in your store windows not only advertises what you offer but also entices customers to come in.
Design for the seasons. Print window clings for seasonal events like Halloween, Christmas, or your summer sale. You can reuse these decorative window clings for years to come, saving you time and money.