Static Clings and Window Stickers StickerGiant

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Static Clings & Window Stickers

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StickerGiant prints static clings and window stickers.

Our sticker experts can help you choose which type will work best for you. 

  • Clings to Smooth Surfaces
  • No Adhesive
  • White or Clear Backing
  • Static Front or Back
  • Oversize Printing Available
  • 5 Day Turnaround
  • Custom Shapes
Static Clings & Window Decal Examples

Static Clings

Static Clings are usually made of a flexible vinyl or plastic that has a very smooth coat and will stick to clean glass surfaces utilizing the moisture in the air and on the glass to adhere to the surface. In cold weather and dry climates static clings tend to dry up, freeze and then fall off easily. The vinyl material will not retain its "cling" abilities for more than a year or two depending on the conditions where the cling is exposed. Some static cling options can be refreshed with soap and water, which is great for long-term use. Static Clings may need a custom quote.

Window Decals

These are known as double-face adehsive window decals, and they are readable inside and out. A window decal is ideal for the outside of a restaurant or right inside the door of your business. You can choose between permanent and ultra removable adhesive. Decals have an opaque barrier, and you also have the option of color on both sides. There are many uses for decals, especially our peel & stick clear window decals, which stand out like cut vinyl. Note: decals will not have a slit in the liner.

Clear Stickers

We have a few ways to do clear stickers: front, back and sandwich printing. Check out our clear stickers page to learn more about our clear products, which are a great alternative to static clings. If your sticker or decal is to be stuck to the inside of a window so it can only be seen from the outside of the window, then clear face adhesive is the best option. Back adhesive is the most common way stickers are produced, with the sticky on the back. Lastly, let's say you want to have a window sticker that reads the same way when looked at from both sides of the window. This requires sandwich printing which is the process of printing the image twice, and putting opaque white ink down in between the images

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