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static cling labels

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by BarbieQ, Sep 20, 2012.

  1. BarbieQ

    BarbieQ New Member

    Sep 7, 2004
    My customer wants his logo on static cling to be applied to the storm doors he's selling. One label manufacturer I found screen prints onto the static cling material. I've read on here that printing on static cling as one would on vinyl is a fairly difficult process to pull off. Evidently the static cling slips around in the machine. I don't know which process is more successful. So what I want is some advise on which process works better. And I need the names of some vendors. I looked on the Merchant Directory and didn't really find anyone who fit this situation. You can pm me or post a reply here. Thanks for the help.
  2. insignia

    insignia Very Active Member

    We print a lot of static cling, prints just fine on our printers. If you PM me the specs I'll get you a quote.

    Also, another option would be a super-low-tack removable vinyl, we've done many many many of these for a local window and door company, they work great and tend to stay put a little better than static.
  3. d fleming

    d fleming Very Active Member

    Nov 28, 2007
    Middleburg, Florida
    +1 low tac vinyl for this application
  4. Bill Modzel

    Bill Modzel Active Member

    We've screen printed on static cling for 30 years and have Edge and solvent digital printed on it as long as we've had the equipment.

    If you're set up to screen print flat substrates, ie. have a press and vacuum table, not an apparel setup, it's no different than any other substrate.

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