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Old 19 Dec 2003, 11:57 am
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Default Window Cliings

who makes window clings for the exterior, I have some cliongs on the inside, but wondered if they make them for exterior. I want one on top of my windsheild that is not permanant, something like this>
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Old 19 Dec 2003, 01:53 pm
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Try Rich at

He may be able to help you out.
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Old 19 Dec 2003, 04:53 pm
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i just went to a local sign place, that makes vinyl designs/signs. gave them my designs, they took the demensions of the windsheilds and cutt it.

the next time i spend money on vinyl, i'm going to ask about quality. the last place i bought all my vinyl from was just starting out and i was the first car they did. its all flaking off now, and i've never had vinyl do that before, winter or not.

actually i have vinyl from 2 different places on the back of the car, and one has peeled, one hasn't. so i'm almost positive there has to be different grades of vinyl.


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Old 19 Dec 2003, 05:26 pm
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Just something I found on the web:

Vinyl material comes in 2 different types. Cast vinyls and Calendered vinyls. The terms cast & calendered refer to the way the two types of vinyl are manufactured.
Cast vinyls are higher quality vinyls due to the method of manufacturing. The manufacturer guarantees cast vinyls against fading, shrinking, cracking and peeling for up to 7 years. These vinyls are used where outdoor durability is important.
There is also a Cast Translucent vinyl. Translucent vinyls are used on signs, which are backlit by fluorescent lights so that the colours remain vibrant at night.
Calendered vinyls are guaranteed by the manufacture for 3-5 years in outdoor applications. These vinyls may be used outdoors where long term vinyl graphics are not requirzed. The vinyls will last forever when used indoors.

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Old 19 Dec 2003, 08:04 pm
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Hey turbomangt, I got mine from streamline design and was very happy with it. Unfortunately, the body shop used a power washer on my car and lifted one of the letters. They did this the day before I picked it up on Wednesday. They ordered me a new one the same day and it is already here. Streamline design rocks[?]
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Old 19 Dec 2003, 10:00 pm
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thanks for the info. sounds like either way, i should not be losing chunks.

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