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Any MM print reverse clings

Discussion in 'Product and Supplier Referrals' started by tsgstl, Oct 22, 2012.

  1. tsgstl

    tsgstl Active Member

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    I have a customer that needs 2 images on static cling and then contoured. He would prefer them to be applied on the inside. I cannot print white so I was hoping someone in here had a company or preferably a merchant member?

    x1 35’’ x 17’’
    x1 15’’ x 28’’

    As always thank you in advance
     
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  2. ChicagoGraphics

    ChicagoGraphics Major Contributor

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    Why not just get white cling and reverse your print on the front and cut it out to any shape
     
  3. tsgstl

    tsgstl Active Member

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    I have white cling material. I have never had luck with it sticking on the front printed side. Is there a material that works well like that?
     
  4. Coloradosigns

    Coloradosigns Major Contributor

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    it wont stick to the side you printed on
     
  5. ChicagoGraphics

    ChicagoGraphics Major Contributor

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    I done it a few times and never had a problem with it clinging to the window, I think I used Grimco's brand
     
  6. thewood

    thewood Very Active Member

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    Strange, we've been printing them this way for 10+ years with no issues.
     
  7. SIGNTIME

    SIGNTIME Active Member

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    reverse print on clear cling and laminate with white clear adhesive vinyl put a piece of tape over each crop mark before laming then cut out before plotting
     
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