You will be able to do so much with your UncommonWares vinyl label spots! All of our vinyl media is
professionally designed and manufactured, commercial quality,
waterproof, weatherproof and ready to add style to your wares.
A few fun little ideas utilizing your UncommonWares vinyl...
beverage glasses or tumblers and you'll
completely transform your drinkware.
- Decorate glass candle
holders and tins for an event - great for party favors and hostess
- Decorate picture frames, your vinyl can be completely on
the frame or run the design off and around the edge of the frame, your
creative options are endless
- Decorate acrylic trays, trinket bowls/trays, vases, mirrors, on and on
There is so much you can do - any smooth surface becomes your canvas!
Tips for using UncommonWares Vinyl...
- With clean fingers, peel and stick your label spots
- Place your label on your clean, smooth surface and rub over the top leaving your vinyl attached to your desired surface
the surface must be clean, it is sometimes helpful to use a little
soapy water to be able to move your decal around on the surface to be
properly placed. Using a squirt bottle, add the tiniest bit of dish soap
to water and lightly spray the surface. Go through the application
steps, however you will use a soft cloth to rub over the label, this will move any soapy
water out an ensure the adhesive is making contact with the surface.
sure to thoroughly clean the
surface where you will be applying your label. If the surface is not
clean, your label may not stick or will slowly peel away from the
- If the surface has been
newly painted, please allow at least two weeks for the paint to cure
before applying your label. Applying to a freshly painted surface will
result in the label peeling away as the paint tries to cure.
the label is not sticking to the surface, the surface may not be clean. It's best to clean the
area again then try once more.
- Our vinyl labels are rated for outdoor use, however, as with
anything else exposed to direct sun/UV, it will begin to fade over time.
To extend the life of your labels, be sure to select a spot with the
least direct UV exposure.
- Harsh detergents may cause excessive wear
vinyl labels are waterproof and dishwasher safe, but hand washing will extend
the life of your label. If you do choose to run items with vinyl labels
through the dishwasher, try to do so on the upper shelf and aim the label away from direct jets if possible.
- The easiest way to remove vinyl labels is with a hair dryer, the heat loosens the adhesive so you can pull the label off.
- Any residue left behind can easily be removed with goo gone or possibly window cleaner