Magnetic truck signs are the best way to advertise your business by getting increase exposure. A magnetic sign on the vehicle helps you to advertise wherever you drive and it gives you flexibility to remove it easily when needed. When properly cared for magnetic signs can last up to at least 3 years. This is money well spent.
How to apply
To apply you need to follow these steps:
- Clean the custom magnet and the surface you are going to put it on;
- Clean vehicle will stop your magnet from slipping off the vehicle at high speeds;
- Wipe dry prior to applying;
- Custom truck magnets can become stiff when conditions are cold and might not grip the vehicle surface. So, use caution when using your magnets in these conditions.
Your custom magnetic truck signs positioning is by attaching the magnet to a surface as flat as possible. Attach one corner first, thenlet the magnetic pull to attach the rest. Make certain the sign is completely flat with no pockets of air. If you place the sign incorrectly, remove it and then re-place. Don’t pull the magnet crosswaysacross the surface as it might stretch or be damaged. Do not attach your magnet over a rust spot, ridge, or trim that mightstop the sign from lying flat. Be sure the magnet signs are attached firmly to the vehicle prior to driving.
Remove to clean
When removing your magnetic car sign, be sure not to bend or crease the corner of the sign. Remove the magnet at times to check that they still securely fasten and to clean when needed.
With vehicle magnetic signs you will be advertising wherever you go. It doesn’t matter if you are a restaurant owner, real estate agent or contractor, you will be making an impression with these magnet signs. They have corners that are rounded and have been tested in wind-tunnelsto make sure the substrate will keep this sign firmly in place. And the UV ink printing and matte finish offer higher-quality, fade-resistant images.
When ordering your sign make sure that everything is exactly as you want it and the spelling is correct. You don’t want a sign on your vehicle with the wrong spelling of your company name.