5 Reasons Why You Should Use Removable Decals and Stickers
Nothing lasts forever--unless you're stuck with the remains of an old sticker.
Decals and stickers tend to be single-use products. This is fine most of the time. However, when they get worn out, outdated or need to be updated, it can leave you with a sticky, ugly-looking mess on your helmet or car.
Thankfully, someone invented removable decals and stickers.
And, you should use them. Here are five reasons why:
They're Easy to Remove Some stickers outlast their usefulness. Others age or get damaged during athletic events. Sometimes it's simply time to update the message. As the name implies, removable stickers & decals are removable--and they don't leave a bunch of gunk behind.
Second Chances Is there anything worse than placing a decal or sticker on something... only to discover later that it's crooked or creased? Removable stickers give you a second (and third and fourth) chance to make sure they are properly positioned.
Timeliness Once traditional, permanent stickers are stuck to something, they're stuck. They are not going anywhere until you take the time and effort to scrape them away. This isn't a problem with removable decals and stickers. Have a new ad campaign to share? No problem. Just peel off the removable sticker and replace it with a new one.
No Mess This point can't be emphasized enough: Removable stickers and decals don't leave any unsightly and sticky gunk behind. They are as easy to put on as they are to peel off. No mess, no worries about glue residue sticking to windows, walls, furniture or fixtures. Just one quick and clean peel, and everything looks as good as new again.
Flexibility Sometimes it's just easier to live with an old decal rather than replace it--even if it's out of date or unsightly. Reusable stickers give you the flexibility to decide to replace it whenever you want, without having to commit to a major project.
If you need removable decals (and who doesn't?), connect with Pro-Tuff Decals today. You'll find top-quality decals that will work today (and let you easily replace them in the future).
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