“DIY Lettering is the way to go. I uploaded my file, they suggested adjustments to make the name look better on the transom, and days later we had the decal. We messed up a bit applying it — and they sent us a new decal immediately. Could not be happier with the results. I will use DIY Lettering again and recommend to all.”
“The letters were easy to apply, I just got them in place and straight used masking tape to hold them in place then used the felt covered applicator to get any bubbles out then peeled off the protective paper off and that's it done.”
Vinyl Lettering Use: Gift for my husband for our boat. We have talked about naming the boat since we got it.
Vinyl Lettering Style: Alias
“Could not be happier with the letters for our mailbox. The website was very easy to customize the letters and numbers in different sizes. The application was simple and it looks great. Someone even asked if we had them painted on. Plus the price was great. Will definitely buy from DIY Lettering again.”
“Tons and tons of font styles available. Easy application, took about an hour to do the caboose. Came out perfect IMHO.
I would suggest using the wet method for all larger applications. This gives you a little "working time" for final placement.
Great product and fast turnaround. Four days from order to receipt, in my case.
Great Job DIYLETTERING!! Thanks”
Vinyl Lettering Use: Friends own a New Haven Rail Road caboose that was built in 1923. She is the last surviving one of this class. They purchased it in the early 1970's to display along side their restaurant which was a former Boston & Albany railroad station in Allston, Ma.
It sat for many years without markings. They recently decided to do a structural and cosmetic restoration. Some of the old photo's from the time of purchase allowed us to duplicate the lettering almost exactly. Hopefully she'll last another generation or two.