SignUp is a revolutionary product for wall graphics special events, showrooms, window clings, exhibitions, POS aids, film studios and all sorts of temporary communication needs. This product makes installation easy, just stick it directly to any surface, and you can unstick and restick it for perfect positioning and fast, bubble and crease-free installation, indoors or out. UV and weather resistant. This product has an M1/B1 fire rating and F3 smoke rating. Available in widths up to 54".
Outdoor longevity of 1-2 years, indoor longevity of 2-20 years.
Longevity of 5-50 years indoors, depending on exposure to sunlight.
The heavy weight makes it very easy to install and it hides wall imperfections. It works great on a variety of surfaces such as walls and windows.
It's more expensive than some other options. It can't be laminated, so it's limited outdoors to 1-2 year use. It's vinyl so it's not eco-friendly.
Wall graphics, wall murals and window graphics. It's almost impossible to get bad results with this material and it's a great substitute for static cling in situations where installation will be done by someone with no experience installing adhesive graphics.
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Removable self adhesive products will adhere to most clean, smooth surfaces. Painted walls that have not been primed are more likely to have the paint removed with the graphic. Testing of the paint adhesion is recommend prior to installation if this is a concern.
Make sure the surface is clean, smooth, dry, and undamaged. Do not use cleaning chemicals to clean the installation surface, as these can leave residues that prevent the graphic from sticking properly. If necessary, clean the installation surface with water or alcohol and allow to dry before installing. The graphic can be repositioned and re-applied as long as the adhesive surface has not been contaminated with dirt, dust, finger prints, etc.
Installation of Wall Murals
Determine the starting point for the graphic. Small images could start from the right or left side, but we recommend larger graphics begin by installing the center panel first. Note: Use care to make sure the panels will cover full height and width of the project area. Some floors and ceilings are not square, so make sure the graphic covers the widest or tallest areas for the project.
Create a plum line on the wall with a pencil to create an edge guide for each panel.
For ease of handling, roll the first panel into a tight roll with printed image rolled inside. Now unroll 6" and peel back the liner paper 6". Cut away the unrolled portion of lining paper to expose the adhesive backing. Using the plum line, carefully align the top of your panel so that it is square from side to side, and the edge matches with your plumb line. Now the 6" that was exposed can be stuck against the wall surface.
With the top of the panel properly adhered to the wall, slowly peel the next foot or so of backing. Try to expose only a few feet of adhesive at a time to prevent unwanted sticking of the lower parts of your graphic. Work you way down the panel using a felt wrapped squeegee to carefully smooth the material onto the wall. We recommend using slow and even pressured side to side strokes, starting from the middle of the panel and moving outward to the sides. Once a few feet of material has been stuck to the wall, it should be possible to allow the remaining portion of the panel to drop to the floor. Now you can simply continue the procedure to easily progress down the wall.
When the entire panel has been positioned properly and smoothed, be sure to press down on the perimeter edge of each individual panel to assure good adhesion at the seams and edges. Any bubbles under the material should come out during the smoothing process. If necessary you can lift the material to release stubborn bubbles or large wrinkles.
Install remaining panels using the same method as above. Panel seams can overlap 1/2" or because this material is thick, seams can be butted up to each other for a smoother look. Make sure the panels are aligned properly during installation. After all panels are installed, trim perimeter "bleed" around all edges using a sharp utility knife.
Removal should be as simple as pulling down from one corner. These products were designed to cleanly and easily be removed in complete panels. If the wall surface was prepared properly there will be no damage to drywall.
Ordinary dirt and smudges can be removed with a mild soap and warm water. Clean from bottom of wall upward. Rinse thoroughly with clean water from the top down using a sponge. Dry wallcovering with a soft lint free cloth or towel. For more difficult stains that are only surface deep, the use of a stronger detergent is recommended. Always test an inconspicuous area with the stronger detergent to be sure that the surface and ink are not damaged. DO NOT USE steel wool or powdered abrasive because they can damage the image and textured surface. DO NOT USE solvents, alcohol, pine oil, or cleaners that contain these kinds of products as they can remove the image and damage the textured surface. When cleaning, always take measures to prevent water from dripping behind molding.