How We Make Our Vinyl Graphic Decals
We are located in Ocoee, Florida. We make all the vinyl graphic decals we sell. We do not out source or import. Our warehouse location reduces our overhead costs, allowing us to offer high quality vinyl graphic decals at a lower price.
Our mission is simple: to provide the best products, using attention to detail, craftsmanship and the highest quality materials. While offering outstanding customer service. We take great pride in our company.
What Is A Vinyl Graphic Decal: Decals are cut directly from vinyl without ink or printing. Any vinyl occupying the negative space of your graphic is weeded out, creating a dynamic decal. Easy to apply transfer tape keeps all the pieces of your graphic in one place. Apply vinyl graphic decals to smooth, flat and clean surface areas.
With Shop Vinyl Design's vinyl graphics you can show your passion for your favorite hobby or sport, customize your vehicle's emblem, replace your vehicle's bedside/tailgate decals, advertise your business storefront window or add a favorite quote to an interior wall. The possibilities are truly endless.
All our products are designed and created for the Do-It-Yourselfers!
Different Vinyl's, Different Application's
Permanent Vinyl: Vinyl Graphics must be applied to a clean, smooth, dry and non-porous surface area.
• Cellphone and/or Cellphone Cases
• Coffee Mugs
• Flat Surfaces that are smooth
• Fiberglass (must be painted with a smooth, glossy enamel)
• Metals (must be painted with a smooth, glossy enamel)
• Painted Surfaces
• Wood (must be painted with a smooth, glossy enamel)
Indoor Vinyl for Interior Walls: Wall graphics must be applied to a clean, smooth, dry and non-porous interior surface. Freshly applied paint should be allowed to cure for a minimum of three full weeks before wall graphic application. Conditions that can cause poor adhesion or product failure:
• Highly textured paint
• Poor initial paint bond
• Poorly painted wall edges
• Patched areas that have not been primed before painting
• Moisture behind the drywall, which can cause the drywall
paper to release. Walls with cooling systems or water
pipes behind them may be prone to condensation.
• High humidity areas including (but not limited to) garages,
entryways, and bathrooms
• Dust, dirt, or other contaminants on the wall
• Wallpaper or other wall coverings
• Cuts made to the graphic during the installation process
may cause curling or lifting.
• Freshly painted walls that have not had ample time to
cure. Wall graphics tend to bubble and release from the
wall while paint is in the curing process.