Different Types of Car Sticker for a Cooler Ride

If you are considering on putting stickers on your car, make sure you do your research first before you slap it on your windshield. There are a lot of different types of materials used in car stickers. It can be confusing if you have no idea what will suit your car best.

In case your windows are heavily tinted, you need to buy stickers that are for outside application so it can be visible. To give you an idea, here are some of the materials that are commonly used to help you decide.

  1. Vinyl sticker
This type of sticker is the most popular. This decal is made with waterproof material and doesn’t easily get damaged by direct sun exposure and rain.

    It is quite easy to apply a vinyl sticker because you can stick it on any surface including glass, metal, plastic, and wood. Plus, it won’t leave any mark once you decide to remove it.

    1. Front-facing adhesive
    This material works best on clear glass. The adhesive is located on the printed surface. You can apply it on the inside of your window.

      The advantage of using front-facing material is that your sticker is protected from external elements such as sun and rain. This material uses reverse printing with white backing.

      1. Reflective vinyl
      A reflective material illuminates and bounces back light. It works on typically any type of surface as long as it’s flat and smooth.

        If you want to show off your sticker during nighttime, a reflective vinyl will work best for you. This type of decal can produce multiple colors and should be applied on the outside part only.

        1. Clear cling
        A clear cling material is suitable for flat glass surfaces. It is manufactured with a low adhesive which makes it easy to peel off and therefore, leaves no residue on the glass. The advantage of using a clear cling is that it very easy to use. In case you don’t like its position you can easily remove it and transfer it to another spot.

          You can also opt to use a front-facing static cling sticker. Just make sure you do not apply this on uneven and textured glass surfaces.

          1. Glow in the dark
          Once you expose this sticker to light, this decal glows a greenish shade when placed in dark areas. The glow can last up to an hour. This makes it a nice and cool addition to your car, especially during nighttime. It is also easy to apply as long as the surface is smooth and flat.

            Once you select the best type of car sticker, use our KevianClean Quick Wax to match the cool new look of your vehicle.

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