Sign Application Instruction Guide
When used correctly, magnets will leave no discernable trace on your vehicles. They will also last for years, making them a cost-effective marketing tool for your brand. Follow the steps below to ensure a damage-free vehicle.
- Lay Flat – Before placing your magnet, allow it to lie on a flat surface for at least 24 hours to remove any curved memory in the magnet.
- Clean – Using a damp cloth and mild soap, thoroughly clean the vehicle surface where the magnetic sign will be applied to. Do the same for the magnetic back.
- Dry – Let both the surface and the magnetic sign dry completely.
- Apply – Starting from one corner, slowly apply the magnetic sign, taking care to avoid any air bubbles.
To ensure the longevity of your signs, as well as to minimize the risk of scratches on your vehicle, we recommend removing the signs on a weekly basis and following the application steps outlined above. Also make sure to remove the vehicle magnets before going to the car wash.
Frequently Asked Questions
What material do you use for magnetic signs?
Our signs use 30 mil magnetic material. It is extremely durable and has the strength to hold 90 lbs. per square foot.
Is ordering magnet signs in bulk cheaper?
Yes! Please see the table below for a sample of our quantity discounts.
|Order 3 for $29.09
|Order 10 for $21.89
|Order 20 for $20.99
|Order 50 for $17.99
Will these signs damage my vehicle's paint job?
No. As long as you follow the installation guidelines, removing and repositioning your magnetic signs will not damage your car or leave any residue.
How long do magnetic signs last?
With proper care and use, magnetic signs should last up to 3 years.
Do I need to remove the car magnets from my vehicle?
We recommend removing the signs at least once a week to clean it. Use a damp cloth and mild soap to clean off dust and debris that might have accumulated. This ensures that your magnetic signs last a long time.
Can I place magnetic signs on a car with a new paint job?
No. Paint needs time to cure, otherwise the magnet may damage it. This also holds true for a new clear coat or wax. We recommend waiting 90 days for a new paint job, 60 days for a clear coat, and 2 days for wax.
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