Windows present an opportunity for high-impact advertising space. They also make the first impression for customers entering a place of business. Battling the elements, like rain and dirt, can really take a toll on how printed graphics look on a window, especially when using a perforated media.
In the video above, we tapped long-time printer and installer Keith Bernard of Road Signs in Sarasota, Fla., to share some tips and tricks he’s learned over the years while printing and installing window graphics. For example, the need to use a laminate with a perforated vinyl.
“If you ever look at the holes during a rainstorm on a non-laminated window perf, and they fill up with water, you can’t see out because of the water that’s built up in there,” says.
In the video, he offers his top tips on how to print and finish perforated window graphics, and other options for clean, long-lasting, vibrant window displays.
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