Vinyl Lettering Use: Two projects. One to create a business sign (photo attached) and the other to put the business name and phone number on the rear window of our primary vehicle. I did the window first and made a small mistake but you can't see it from a distance. The business sign I think turned out great!
“Easy to use and apply. I did have to cut it apart and reposition because I didn't think about the flag mount on the back of the boat! Oops! I taped it on temporarily with masking tape and viewed it from a distance to make sure it looked good before finally sticking it down. The video tutorial was excellent, watch the whole thing. I did get a couple of creases, but I was not on dry land! Applied it while the boat was in the slip, upside down for me as I was crawling around the swim platform to apply it. Other than sore knees, it was easy!”
“A little intimidating at first, but once I got the hang of it the decals were coming out nice. I made a few mistakes on the first one I did, and there are a couple rough spots – nothing real bad (or noticeable). Really happy with the results.”
“The application was easier than we thought it would be. The name looks fantastic and we get a lot of comments on the quality of the lettering. The gold in the anchors really glows in the sunshine giving a 3D effect. I would definitely recommend DIY Lettering. Friends have asked us who did it so that they can have it done too. They are very surprised when we tell them we designed it ourselves on the DIY Lettering website. Thank you for making this a great experience.”
Vinyl Lettering Use: Company sponsorship of an R/C race boat that I race once a year ! Such a blast and we won best in show even though we didn’t finish a heat all day due to mechanical failure.
“You guys killed it! Thanks to Brad for correcting my mistake in near real time and executing this project with precision and speed. The turn around time was amazing!!!
As well, it goes without saying that the product is perfect and the vinyl is top notch (ordered the best available) and beautifully reflective for my motorcycle helmet. Love it. I attached a photo of the final application. I have more work for you guys...hang tight.”
“Installing it myself was surprisingly fun. I just took it slow, measure two or three times, and kept my level handy. Peeling away the backing to revel the the letters on the glass was actually really satisfying. Can't wait to do the window in the back!”