All the Ways to Use Custom Decals

All the Ways to Use Custom Decals
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Dry transfer decals are the best way to customize nearly any object, and they are outstanding for interior signage like museum and art gallery labels. You have the freedom to design them yourself in any color or shape in small and medium sizes. Wherever you apply them, you'll have a high-quality look that appears as though it's painted on the surface. You can use them on plastic, wood, walls, metal, and glass. The only requirements are a smooth, clean, dry surface so they adhere properly. Once you try them, you'll see why custom decals, also known as rub-down transfers, are a favorite of creative professionals. 

Online file transfers make submitting your designs to a production house quick and easy. It's common to receive your custom dry transfers in as little as 24 to 48 hours, depending on your selected shipping option. Corporate design professionals who are working in a branded environment where exact color matches and other details are required will easily find success. What's also a pleasant surprise is the affordable price for the quality you receive. Custom dry transfers are an acceptable option for many applications in visually demanding environments. You can take an up-close look under bright lights, which look excellent. 

Museums and art galleries are among the latest to get on the bandwagon with custom dry transfers. They work perfectly for wall text and exhibit captions. The lettering goes directly onto the wall as if it were printed on. The readability is crystal clear, and any color is available – although black lettering on the walls of a white cube gallery is the hands-down favorite. If you have a multi-media exhibit and need to place captions on objects or pedestals, they go on and read as quickly as they do on walls. The same goes for other interior signs; keep transfer decals in mind if you remodel your office and update signage.  

Just as industrial designers use custom dry transfers for prototypes, hobbyists appreciate them for their models. If you need stripes, letters, logos, or other graphic elements, you can add them quickly with decals. If you're a perfectionist, you can also specify several versions and try them until you find a favorite. Many hobby projects attempt to replicate manufactured products, and the decals look as good as stenciled or painted-on details. Applying decals is a one-step process if you still need to become familiar with it. No tools or adhesive are required, and the transparent transfer slicks make finding the spot easy.  

Business Name- Image Transfers

Address- 55 W Railroad Ave #11 Garnerville, NY 10923

Phone- (212)-928-7987


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