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Need Help covering back of 4x10 glass whiteboard - help!

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by jtiii, May 19, 2017.

  1. jtiii

    jtiii Member

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    I have a customer who we're doing a bunch of stuff for as they move to a new building.
    They just threw this at me -

    "oh, get in contact with our glass guy because we'd like you to cover the back of our 4'x10' glass whiteboard with our PMS navy"

    Any ideas for me on how to do this??? All I can come up with is printing the navy on clear and laminating white to it, but any tiny imperfection in the print or the lamination is gonna show nicely through the glass.

    Thanks folks!
     
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    bannertime "You guys do banners, right?"

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    Acrylic Enamel Paint?
     
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  3. Lane J

    Lane J New Member

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    Paint or find a navy vinyl that's close to their colour and laminate it on.
     
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  4. DSTRUCT

    DSTRUCT New Member

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    I would print on polypropylene and apply to the back with ViewBond, an optically clear double sided adhesive.
     
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  5. Modern Ink Signs

    Modern Ink Signs Member

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    Apply navy vinyl with laminator is what I would do. goes down great with no bubbles. just make sure the glass is super clean.
     
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    eahicks Very Active Member

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    Lots of sharpies and 12 hours free time.
     
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