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Want to leave your mark on car windows, storefronts, or other glass or plastic surfaces? With window clings, you can. And with our HP Indigo 5600 digital printer, we can print as many or as few as you need. There are three main types of window clings:
- Static clings – These clings don’t need adhesive to stick to surfaces—which means they come off clean. They’re ideal for short-term applications. To apply, wipe the application area clean, then moisten it slightly. The cling should stay stuck for 3 to 6 months.
- Repositionable clings – This type of cling uses a low-tack adhesive so that it stays put, but can still be removed and replaced easily.
- Permanent clings – Permanent clings come with a strong adhesive, making them tough to remove. If you want a sign or a logo to stay in place, this is the cling for the job.
The type of cling you need depends on the environment you’ll use it in (indoor vs. outdoor, for example) and how long you need it to last.
We can help you choose the right type of cling for you. Clings can be either clear or opaque, and can be die-cut into the shape you prefer.