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Discussion in 'Vinyl' started by Dave Stacey, Oct 18, 2010.

  1. Dave Stacey

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    Hi
    A car dealer wants me to put the word CRUZE in red on the floor in front of the car like the picture attached. Has anyone just put 2mil vinyl on something like this? I have Avery laminate that my supplier says is none slip. Is it necessary? This shouldn't be a permanent project. They need this tomorrow & I can't get out today to test a sample.

    Thanks Dave
     

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  2. omgsideburns

    omgsideburns Very Active Member

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    Safety first.
     
  3. Brandon708

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    Regular cast vinyl should work fine. It shouldn't be any slippery than the floor is now.
     
  4. Dave Stacey

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    Thanks, I'll have on the invoice no liability for someone slipping. I doubt it's legal. I'm sure they have insurance when the floor is wet.
     
  5. PhatWall

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    Use MacTac street wrap it sould last a couple years on the ground inside​
     
  6. michsanford

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    ditto...
     
  7. CheapVehicleWrap

    CheapVehicleWrap Very Active Member

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    You sure he didn't mean Avery wouldn't STICK, not slip? You NEED heavy floor laminate matched with floor vinyl. I've only used Oracal with great results on a variety of different floors. Cheap out on this and you're putting everyone at risk, an remember you're dealing waith a car dealer.
     
  8. studio 440

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    mask and paint it with non skid or vinyl ink will stick to anything
     
  9. MikePro

    MikePro Major Contributor

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    doubt you'll need non-slip material, but definately go with any cast film you can get your hands on... should work fine with a little heat and a foam roller.
     
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