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Window Lettering

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Add a decorative, promotional, or branding element to your store windows with this inexpensive yet effective tool. 

  • Choice of lettering colors: Single/Multi-color
  • Both Regular and Reverse-cut lettering available
  • Pre-spaced and pre-adhesive lettering for easy installation
  • Minimum letter size needs to be 1”
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Window Lettering- Get Your Windows Spruced Up With This Advertising Tool

Lettering is a great way to bring attention to your store windows or windows of any other facility/space. While adding life with colors, numbers, and letters, it is popularly used for advertising purposes. Bannerbuzz vinyl window letterings offer you a perfect advertising solution for interior and exterior windows. These custom letterings are cut from a colored vinyl sheet, which is designed in the pre-spaced and pre-adhesive form. These features make it very easy to install and remove. The beautiful glossy look makes it very attractive, bold, and striking. Plus, we allow you to incorporate different colors into your lettering design by selecting the multi-color option above. Our best price guarantee ensures that these lettering for windows are one of the most cost-effective and easy solutions to display important information like store sales, new offers, new stock, contact details, store timings, discounts, too much more. 

Regular Cut or Reverse Cut Window Lettering? Make a Pick!

At BannerBuzz, we take pride in meeting the needs of varied customers, which is why we offer different styles of custom window lettering. To be precise, you get to choose between the following variations:

  • Regular Cut Lettering- For this type of lettering, the vinyl is cut in regular shape and is adhered to the outside of the windows.
  • Reverse Cut Lettering- In this case, the letters and numbers are cut in reverse order and are meant to be applied inside the window glass. This additionally protects the vinyl letters from external elements. 

Pick what suits your needs best and customize based on lettering color options, size, and application type. For ordering a personalized window decal lettering, use the design tool to create your unique design. You can also upload your print-ready design in minutes before checkout. Regardless of your style, colors, or unique design needs, we promise to deliver you high-quality, long-lasting, and striking vinyl lettering. 

Also, with its pre-spaced and adhesive application, the custom lettering will take minutes to install. To understand the installation steps, please check out the ‘how to set-up’ and ‘how to install vinyl lettering’ tabs above.

Window lettering offers a much hassle-free, mess-free, and simple way to communicate with your customers. So, make the most of this inexpensive yet effective marketing material.

For any further queries, call us at 800-580-4489 and we’ll help you create the exact kind of opaque window lettering to match your needs.

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Window Lettering: Frequently Asked Questions

What is vinyl window lettering?

Vinyl lettering is a combined term given to letters, numbers, or shapes cut out from vinyl material. Usually cut from a solid colored vinyl, these letterings are pre-spaced for easy installation on windows, walls, or other smooth surfaces. Window lettering is more often used on storefront glasses and boats/cars/trucks for advertising purposes. As it’s popularly used outdoors, it is made from UV and Water Resistant vinyl. Looking for premium vinyl window lettering? Please feel free to check out our 4.7/5 customer rated letterings for windows, vehicles, and walls. 

What is reverse cut window lettering?

Reverse cut window lettering is intended to be used inside of the glass. It has adhesive in the front, which is why it is also referred to as front-adhesive lettering. In this case, the lettering is cut backward, giving it the name reverse-cut. When pasted from inside and read from outside of the glass window, it makes the backward-cut lettering appear normal. The only limitation of reverse cut numbers and letters is that they become less visible if applied on tinted glasses or in low light. So, if you are using a reverse cut/front adhesive window lettering, please ensure that your windows are not tinted. 

Where can I find window lettering near me?

Window lettering is popularly used as advertising signage, which is readily available at various online print manufacturing sites. With many print manufacturers having an online presence, it is not difficult to find vinyl lettering for windows near you. If you are unable to find a local signage vendor online, you can go for any online print manufacturer that offers free shipping within the USA. 

How to Install Window Lettering?

Also known as cut vinyl or die-cut vinyl lettering, these window signs are extremely easy to install. Here are a few quick steps to install your window lettering on storefront windows or vehicle windows:

  1. Make sure the glass on which you are about to paste your lettering is free of any dirt, dust, moisture, water, etc. Clean your glass using a glass cleaner and paper towel.
  2. Place your graphics against the glass at the exact point where you need to paste it. 
  3. Apply a horizontal strip of masking tape to the top of the graphic.
  4. Paste the top half of the tape on the intended surface, creating a hinge.
  5. Take one bottom edge of the hinged graphic and start peeling the back liner while ensuring to keep the sticky backing of your graphic away from the glass surface.
  6. Please make sure to hold the vinyl at an angle that keeps the sticky backing away from the glass surface.
  7. Use a squeegee to press the adhesive backing in a vertical motion from top to bottom.
  8. If you don’t have a squeegee, use your plastic card instead. 
  9. Keep pressing the squeegee by dragging it from the center of your graphics to outwards.
  10. In case of any creases, gently lift the vinyl upwards and then place it back using the same method. Do not remove the entire graphic, only the part where a crease appears.

How long does window lettering last?

Window lettering made of vinyl has the power to last up to six-seven years. Premium vinyl lettering can last for about eight years. Window letters and numbers do not fade or crack easily. At the time of buying, make sure to look for features like water-resistance, UV resistance, and guarantee against fading and peeling.