Useful alternative for hanging signs and vinyl stickers.
Get seamless product up to 59 Inch W or H, when top of any solid surface
Perforated window clings are made of high-tech adhesive vinyl with micropunctured holes that allow one-way vision. So you can apply perforated clings on your storefront window to advertise a promotion, but they won't obscure the view from the inside or darken the room, because they allow light to come in. Yet on the outside, the perforated window cling will appear colorful and opaque. Passersby cannot see in. So you get the best of both worlds.
Cheap perforated window clings enable you to stretch your advertising dollars by displaying them on the back windshield of company vehicles. They cost-effectively promote your company without hindering vision.
Churches also love perforated window clings because they are an inexpensive way to announce upcoming festivals, programs, and fund-raisers, without blocking the light.
And don't forget how a customized perforated window cling can inexpensively allow you to announce a birth, holiday, or celebration right from the front window of your home!
No matter where you use them, perforated window clings make an impact on one side, without blocking the view or causing distractions on the other. With proper care, they can even be reused. All this flexibility adds up to value.
And the value doesn't stop there.You can easily customize your message with our online tool that let you upload your artwork. Or you can call upon us to custom-design your window cling for you ... free of charge. You can also request a free proof of the artwork. Then your cling will be digitally printed in full-color with high-quality eco-friendly ink. And we guarantee to deliver all this for the lowest price in the industry.
If you are looking for high quality at a low cost, find out why so many customers have seen the light with perforated window clings. Order yours today!
Q: I see Perforated Window Cling and Perf Window/ One Way Vision Signs. Are they both cling and removable? If so, what is the difference?
Q: Can these be applied to the inside of the window?
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