Vinyl Letters Manufacturers in India

Vinyl Letters has a wide range of uses such as business storefronts, home decor, car stickers and more. These custom vinyl letters adhere to any smooth non-porous surface and are easily installed and removed. Made from a durable adhesive vinyl that resists cracking and embrittlement, our vinyl letters can be used both indoors and outdoors.

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Product Specifications (Customizable) :

Details: 2-mil (50 micron) cast film.

Uses: Indoor/Outdoors. Business storefronts and windows, walls, home decor, cars, trucks, etc.

Print Method: Vinyl Letters is created from colored vinyl and not printed.

Estimated Lifespan: 8 years depending on climate and use.

Common Sizes: Custom


  • Can I reuse it?

Your Vinyl Letters can be removed at any point without any trouble. Though the vinyl lettering is a semi-permanent use and not repositionable. Once you have firmly applied the Letters, you will not be able to move it and then reapply it.

  • What surfaces can I apply it to? Any restrictions?

Generally speaking the principle of Vinyl Lettering usage is that it will work on a smooth, non-porous surface. Thus metal, glass, plastic, painted drywall, tile, painted wood, and more are great places to put your lettering. It will not work on porous surfaces, even if such a surface is including in the previous sentence. For example, untreated and rough wood will not work while a painted or treated wood most likely will. Specific places where it will not work include brick, cinderblock, heavily textured surfaces, stucco, unfinished wood, concrete, some types of wallpaper, paneling, etc.

  • What about cars, trucks, boats, etc? Can I install here without ruining my paint?

Yes, our lettering works on the interior or exterior of all types of vehicles. This includes both cars and trucks as well as boats. Using vinyl lettering on a car, truck or boat should not damage the paint job of the vehicle or boat as long as removal is done carefully and correctly.

  • Will my lettering work on tinted windows?

Yes, vinyl lettering will work on tinted windows. The caveat is that the sign and lettering needs to be designed with this in mind. A light color or white should be used to provide the needed contrast to ensure maximum visibility of the sign. Dark colors on a dark or tinted window will not be very visible, if at all. Also, all installation on tinted glass should always be done on the side of the window where you want the lettering visible to the customer. Don’t attempt to install in a way that you look through the tinted glass to see the lettering.

  • Can the Letters be used outside?

Yes, our vinyl lettering can be used for both indoor and outdoor application. Climate, installation and care and maintenance will impact the lifespan of the lettering but they should last 8-10 years.

  • Will the Letters ruin my painted wall? What about wallpaper?

Vinyl letters should not ruin your paint regardless of how long they are in place. The only damage that may occur is using a sharp edge when trying to peel them away and chipping or peeling the paint away.

Not all wallpaper is created equal. Our vinyl lettering will work on some surfaces with wallpaper and others it won’t. If your wallpapered wall is smooth and non-porous and you still have concerns please contact us about a sample. We offer free samples if the shipping is paid for. Textured wallpaper will not work with the lettering. Assuming the lettering works, removing the lettering should not damage the wallpaper itself excepting damage done when using a sharp edge for removal.

  • Can I apply it on wet or new paint?

Vinyl lettering should not be applied to any surface that has been very recently painted. Painted surfaces should be allowed 2-3 weeks to dry and cure properly before applying the lettering. Doing so sooner risks damage to the paint.

  • Are there restrictions on types of paint I can apply it to?

Your vinyl letters will work best on semi-gloss and glossy paints. Generally, speaking latex and oil based paints will work. This covers the majority of homes and businesses. Alternatively, faux, flat, satin, magnetic suede and sand paints will not work well with the vinyl’s adhesive.

  • How do I remove the lettering? What if it has been applied for a long period of time?

The majority of lettering can simply be peeled away like any other sticker. Residual adhesive, if any, can be removed with a very mild cleaner and water and light scrubbing. In some cases a sharp edge may be needed to remove lettering that has been in place for extended periods of time. Be careful not to damage the application surface when using these tools.

  • What are the typical uses of vinyl Letters?

Typical uses of vinyl lettering are largely broken down into two main uses. These areas of use are business and home related. For businesses, storefronts advertising store hours, sales and promotions are common. Likewise, internal offices can feature decor, motivational quotes, room numbering and much more. Likewise, fleet cars can feature a variety of lettering including registration numbers, contact information, website and business names.

Home or residential uses can be for home decor (quotes, house rules, chores, welcome, etc.) as well as no soliciting, security warnings, and more.

  • What is the level of opacity of the Vinyl Letters?

The vinyl lettering is opaque, but thin enough that some light will pass through when installed on windows. The darker the color, the more opaque it tends to be.

Can I place the lettering on the inside of the window and have it be visible from outside?

Yes, lettering can be created to be visible from outside with internal placement. This is called “Reverse Cut” and should be selected as an option when ordering your lettering.

  • Can the lettering be used in humid locations?

Generally speaking your lettering will work just fine in humid locations or rooms (bathroom) and climates. The only exception to this is a surface(s) that is wet when applied as the adhesive won’t properly adhere when initially installed. Extremely humid locations may reduce the lifespan of the decal but the lettering should still last years with proper installation and care.

  • Can I store my lettering for future use?

Your lettering can be stored for a short period (no greater than 1-2 months) but should be installed as soon as possible to ensure that the adhesive works correctly when applied.

Installation and Care:

  • Is the lettering easy to install?

The Instruction has been provided below for the user to try installation with the below steps but we recommend you to get our professional expert support for easy installation and to prevent damage to the decals.

The steps to install your lettering are below. Please read all the steps before starting the installation. The steps outlined below should be followed in order to ensure proper installation.

1. Clean the surface where the lettering will be installed with a non-abrasive rag and very mild cleaner or slightly soapy water.

2. Allow the surface to completely air dry before beginning installation.

3. Measure the area where the lettering will be installed.

4. Mark in a non-permanent fashion where you want the lettering to be applied. Ensure it is level and will be correctly placed after installation.

5. Without removing the backing of the lettering or the transfer tape (on top of the lettering) use masking or painter’s tape (or other suitable tape) to affix the top of the pre-mask to your previously marked location.

6. Carefully peel away the backing of the decal from the top of your lettering that is affixed to the wall. Do not peel away all of the backing. Only peel away a thin horizontal stretch of the backing initially. Do not let the lettering or transfer paper (both of which now have the adhesive side exposed) touch the wall.

7. While still holding both the adhesive sides and backing away from the wall, use your hand or a flat surface (like a credit card) to evenly and firmly press the adhesive backing of the letters and transfer paper to the surface. Move from top to bottom across the horizontal stretch you exposed in the previous step.

8. Continue to peel away the backing little by little while evenly and firmly press the lettering (with the transfer paper on top of it) onto the surface.

9. Once the lettering is fully adhered to the surface, carefully remove the masking tape and transfer tape.

10. Your vinyl lettering is now installed on the surface where you want it.

11. Remove any bubbles that remain. Remove any non-permanent markings that may remain.

  • What do I need to install it?

The only essential item beyond a measuring tape we’d recommend is masking tape. This will allow you to affix the lettering in the proper location and install the decal exactly where you want it.

If available, a flat surface tool, such as a squeegee, would be an added bonus. Though using your hand, a credit card, or even a hardcover book works just fine in almost all cases. Additionally, a level may help to ensure your lettering is installed evenly rather than crooked due to a failed eyeball test. Lastly, if the surface is extremely dirty then we’d recommend using a spray bottle and rag, or just a damp rag, to clean the surface before installing the lettering.

  • Do you provide any tools for application?

Currently we do not sell any installation accessories or tools. Most hardware and office supply stores will have whatever you might need.

  • What happens if there are bubbles when I apply it?

If applied correctly there should be no bubbles after installing your lettering. Small bubbles that appear can be remedied by carefully lifting the portion that was just applied. Large bubbles that risk tearing the lettering or rendering it inoperable can be punctured with a pin or needle. Air can then be removed by carefully using your hand or a flat surface against the surface. Extreme care should be used to avoid wrinkles when attempting to eliminate large bubbles.

  • Is there any ongoing maintenance needed for the lettering?

Assuming it was installed properly the only ongoing maintenance is a light cleaning of the lettering. This can be done with a damp, non-abrasive cloth to help prevent dirt or grime buildup on the lettering. Do not scrub vigorously when cleaning the lettering and avoid peeling up any corners. A curled or damaged corner can lead to lettering that eventually falls off the surface where applied. Do not use strong cleaners that can potentially damage the adhesive properties of the lettering.

  • Should I clean my lettering that is used outside?

Yes, whether used inside or outside your lettering should be regularly cleaned with a non-abrasive damp cloth. Do not use strong cleaners or scrub too hard in order to avoid damaging the lettering.

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Frequently Asked Questions and Answers:

  • What is cut vinyl or vinyl lettering? Is it made up of individual letters or one continuous piece?

Cut vinyl or as it is more commonly known, vinyl lettering, is individual vinyl letters with an adhesive backing. These individual vinyl letters can be used for a variety of home and business uses both in buildings and on cars.

Your letters will typically be individual letters but come pre-masked with transfer tape for easy application. See below for explanations of pre-masking, transfer tape and full installation instructions. Alternatively, our repositionable wall decals or window decals are similar signage solutions that can be cut to shape but are not individual letters like vinyl lettering.

  • What is your vinyl lettering made from?

Our vinyl lettering is made from high performance 2-mil (50 micron) cast film which is a high quality adhesive vinyl.

  • How thick is the vinyl lettering?

2-mil (50 microns)

Do you offer alternative types of vinyl lettering like reflective or marine vinyl?

The vinyl lettering currently we offer is standard vinyl. For reflective or marine vinyl please contact us for availability.

  • Is the lettering printed or cut?

Unlike all of our other signs which are printed directly onto the material, our vinyl lettering is created from colored vinyl. Our machines and production staff then cut and weed (remove the excess) and apply the transfer tape to your lettering to prepare it for installation. Because we do not print on cut vinyl, the number of colors to choose from is limited. If you are interested in a design with gradients or many colors within the design, vinyl lettering is not a fit. But we can still help you, so please contact us.

  • What are the maximum and minimum dimensions of your vinyl lettering?

Your cut vinyl design can be up to 24 inches in one dimension and 600 inches in the other dimension. If you need something larger than that, we can still accommodate you. Please contact us for a quote.

  • How does vinyl lettering differ from your repositionable wall decals?

Vinyl lettering is typically non-printed vinyl cut outs of individual letters. Wall decals are one continuous piece of material whether they are cut to shape or not that can be printed on. Both lettering and wall decals can be applied to non-porous smooth surfaces.

  • Do you offer colors beyond what is advertised on the site?

We can sometimes accommodate other colors but this requires a custom quote (which comes with a longer turnaround time). Please contact us for the availability of the desired color.

  • Do you offer font options beyond those listed on the website? Can I send you a font to use?

We can sometimes accommodate additional font requests beyond those that are listed on the website. Please contact us to verify we can use your font.

  • Does my design impact pricing for my lettering?

Yes. Both the size and the complexity of your font play a slight factor in the price of your sign. Very simple fonts require less cut time and weeding than more complex fonts. However, the difference in price due to design is extremely small.

  • Does my choice of colors impact cost?

No. The colors we provide are all offered at the same cost. Although, having multiple colors together will increase your cost slightly.

  • Will the colors on your website match exactly what I want?

When signage is printed, colors can vary from monitor to monitor. With normal signage we can offset this by doing custom color matching with extra charge. Because vinyl lettering is not printed but uses colored vinyl, we are unable to guarantee the colors will match a specific color you are looking for. The colors you see on screen (using standard settings) should be fairly close to the product you actually receive. However, we use a standard color set of vinyl and are happy to provide you the names of the colors we have in stock.

  • What is the estimated lifespan of the lettering?

Our vinyl letters will last 8-10 years with proper care and placement. This will of course vary some with the placement (inside lettering vs. outside or vehicle lettering), climate, etc.

  • What is the default color of the material used for your vinyl lettering?

Each roll of vinyl is manufactured as a different color and we simply use a machine to cut out your design or lettering. Thus, unlike our many other products which have a “default” or “raw” color before printing occurs, vinyl lettering is different and the finished product is the same color as the raw product.

  • Is there any toxicity from the adhesive portion of the lettering?

No, there isn’t any danger or risk of toxicity in using our vinyl lettering.

  • What is pre-mask? What is transfer paper or tape?

The terms, pre-mask, transfer paper or even transfer tape, are interchangeable. The transfer tape is laid over the top of your lettering. Peeling it away will leave your lettering’s adhesive along with the lower tac adhesive of the transfer tape exposed. You can then apply the lettering, despite being individual letters, all at one time with perfect spacing and alignment between letters and lines. After which, you carefully peel off the transfer tape, leaving your design exactly as you created it on your desired surface.

  • Does the vinyl lettering have a matte or glossy finish?

Our cut vinyl is manufactured with a moderate gloss finish.

  • Does your vinyl lettering have a laminate over top?

No, our vinyl lettering does not have a lamanite over the top of it. Our cut vinyls are made to last 8-10 years in indoor or outdoor use without any laminate. They come manufactured with UV protectants in the material to increase their lifespan.

  • What is stroke width and why should I care?

Stroke width is the width of any given letter in your design. Extremely narrow letters, or narrow portions of a letter, can be problematic when printing and weeding vinyl lettering. Thus, any custom font that is desired should steer clear of narrow fonts.

  • How is the height of my lettering measured?

The total size of your sign will be the width of the word or phrase multiplied by the height. The height is determined by the highest point of any given letter to the lowest point of any given letter. For example, “Testing” would be measured from the top of the capital “T” to the bottom of the “g”.

  • What is weeding or picking?

Weeding or picking is the part of the production process in which someone “weeds” or “picks” out the portions of the vinyl that are not part of the actual design. For example, the middle portion of a “D” or “B” would need to be taken out in order to look like a “D” and “B” rather than two solid shapes. This manual process is unavoidable and can impact pricing for complicated orders which require a lot weeding.