Spa Braille Sign

Spa Braille Sign


Our Easy-to-Read Spa Braille Sign are ADA Approved 

  • Composed of 1/16” thick, rigid, non-glare acrylic sheet.  
  • ADA compliant with Grade 2 Braille. 
  • Is scratch, chemical, and vandal resistant. 
  • Meets the braille requirements for California's second grade. 

Shop Our Spa Braille Sign to Make Your Navigation Easier 

To make the process of navigation easier for your visitors, we introduce Spa Braille Sign that provides your customers the right direction and information that they require. This spa signs can be used by any startups. Business, hotel chains, etc.  

Signs for Spa Tactile Touch Braille Sign that meets ADA requirements are made of 1/16" thick acrylic that is non-glare, scratch- and vandal-resistant. The size, placement, and spacing of the braille balls on the matte ADA signs all meet the requirements set forth by the state of California. Grade 2 braille, pictograms, or 1/32" raised lettering in Sans Serif or Simple Serif type font are used to ensure that they are visible to and legible by as many people as possible. 

Spa Tactile Touch Braille Sign is Vandal Resistant 

The Spa Braille & Tactile Sign are made out of a vandal-proof material that is also scratch-resistant, so they will last for a long time without being damaged. They are impervious to chemicals as well. They are a convenient size for posting on doors, walls, windows, etc., measuring a standard 6 inches by 9 inches. 


Signs can be made in either a black-and-white or a gray-and-white colour scheme, with the contrast between the two helping to make the text stand out. Using raster braille clear acrylic beads that are compliant with the most recent federal ADA guidelines guarantees a standardized braille layout. Invest in the Spa Braille Sign now to ensure the safety of your business. So, what are you waiting for? Buy Spa Braille Sign, today! 

Disclaimer: All signs and banners content on is used for example purposes only. It is the sole responsibility of the purchaser to contact their local, city, or state government offices to obtain the legal requirements for any and all signs before having their signs printed.