This 30 mil magnetic sheet has a white vinyl face that allows it to either be direct printed, or accept adhesive vinyl prints. The 30 mil weight is ideal for vehicle magnets as it's strong enough to hold on to a moving car or truck, if properly installed. See the Installation and Care tab for details. It can also be used for magnetic signs and graphics for indoor uses like menu boards, courtroom graphics, or interactive museum exhibits. Available in widths up to 24". Can be custom ordered up to 40" wide.
Outdoor longevity of 1-2 years direct printed, and 2-5 years with a laminated graphic applied.
The magnetic sheeting will stick to any surface that is receptive to magnets, such as steel, iron or other magnets.
Magnets don't stick to aluminum or any non-metallic surface, so they won't stick on vehicles with fiberglass panels or over door trim, etc. Also, vehicles that have had damaged repaired may have fillers used that magnets won't stick to, so you should always check before applying the magnet. Magnets on vehicles should be removed and cleaned daily to prevent damage to the paint or loss of the magnet if it falls off. See the Installation and Care tab for details.
Magnets for car door. Truch magnets that can go on the doors, body panels or rear tail gate. Magnetic graphics and signs for use on menu boards or interactive exhibits.
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Installation & Care
It is extremely important to make sure the vehicle surface is clean and moisture free before applying any magnet.
It is recommended that the vehicle surface be waxed and allowed to cure for at least 48 hours before applying magnetic graphics. For new or newly painted vehicles allow 90 days before applying any magnetic sign.
NOTE: Failure to remove and clean BOTH the magnetic sign and the vehicle surface on a DAILY basis could result in permanent damage.
Magnetic vinyl will not adhere to any non-metal surfaces; this includes most fiberglass body repair work. Be sure to check all surfaces to make sure they are painted metal underneath the entire graphic.
When installing a magnetic sign on a vehicle, it's important to make sure the magnet is in contact with the body over the entire surface of the graphic. If the graphic bridges over indentations or trim on the vehicle surface, air will get under the magnet and peel it off when the vehicle is moving. You may have to move the magnet to a different location on the vehicle