Vinyl lettering is an alternative to painted signs. Vinyl lettering can be applied to any smooth surface. Vinyl lettering lasts up to seven years, depending on the quality and product application. This article explains how to install vinyl lettering, or how to install any cut vinyl decal, which differs from a flat decal.
Clean the surface. Remove the old vinyl lettering, if present, and then clean the surface with appropriate cleaner. Take precaution to avoid lint being left on the surface.
Make a hinge for the sign you want to apply. Apply masking tape to the top of the sign. Lift the sign upwards.
Remove the backing. Pull the adhesive backing upwards.
Apply the sign. Carefully place the sign on the surface and then use the squeegee to transfer the vinyl to the surface.
Remove the tape. Carefully pull upwards to remove the tape.