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Slow, Children At Play Aluminum Sign (HIP Reflective)
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Slow, Children At Play Aluminum Sign (HIP Reflective)

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Our 'Slow, Children At Play' Signs Warn Drivers About Kids Playing on the Road

  • Made of 390 microns thick & 400 GSM graphic material.
  • Base material used is 80 mil extra thick, heavy-duty rustproof aluminum.
  • Digitally printed signs come with a tough lamination topcoat.
  • Water, chemicals and abrasion-resistant signs also offer enhanced weatherability.
  • Signs come with 10-years of durability.
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The 'Slow, Children At Play' Signs Have Rustproof Aluminum as Base

Traffic signs created by Best of Signs help drivers to carefully navigate around areas with little children playing around. Our 'Slow, Children At Play' signs are perfect to caution drivers to be careful while driving through these neighborhoods. The graphic material used in our signs is 3M's high-intensity’ grade reflective sheet. It offers upto three times more reflectance than engineer-grade reflective signs. Especially bright when approached from an angle, the material series 3930 Grade-4 prismatic sheeting with pressure-sensitive adhesive meets ASTM and ETA standards. Our signs, which are made of graphic material that is 390 microns thick and 400 GSM, are noticeable and long-lasting. These digitally printed signs promise precise details and neat edges.

The lamination done on the signs gives them a tough topcoat that protects them against scuffs and scratches. These laminated signs also boast enhanced weatherability and top-notch resistance to water, abrasions, and chemicals. The 80 mil extra thick, heavy-duty, rustproof aluminum base material used to create these signs keeps them safe from corrosion and any ill effects of the elements including rain, snow, and sunshine. The signs offer 10-years of durability.

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