If you've never applied vinyl letters and graphics before, the process can seem pretty intimidating at first.
You don't want to "mess up" and get the letters crooked.
Or even worse, botch the job so badly you have to buy another set and start all over again.
Sign companies are able to use these fears as leverage because as long as you don't know how easy it is to apply vinyl graphics yourself, you have to pay the "professionals" to do it for you. Plus, in addition to the cost of application, local sign shops charge considerably higher retail prices for the vinyl letters themselves. So you can easily end up paying 300% - 500% more to a full service local sign company.
Yes, you really can save about 70% off by lettering your own company vehicles, enclosed utility trailers and storefront windows. In our step-by-step guide, we'll show you the real secrets of vinyl graphic application you won't find anywhere else.
Other so-called "Vinyl Letter Application Instructions" you see on the internet leave out critically important steps. And missing even one of these key steps can significantly shorten the life of your vinyl graphics. Once you see how simple the instructions are to follow, you'll get professional results every time.
, graphics and window perfs from TheSignChef.com are so easy to apply, they are literally "Goof Proof". All the you receive will come pre-spaced together and ready to apply. You can also get a vinyl application kit for your perforated vinyl graphics which includes all the tools you will need to be successful:
"If you mess up one letter or even the whole set, we'll send you the replacement vinyl letters you need. We'll even pay the extra shipping costs!"
Once you've put see-thru vinyl letters on for the first time, you may wonder how sign shops get away with charging so much for something that's so easy to do. It doesn't take a "professional" to look like one.