Why Use Decals for Windows and Glass Walls
Use window decals to tell the world what you are about. Are you a Dodger’s fan? Is your car well-insured against theft? Is there a dangerous watchdog in the backyard or in the house?
They are most usually stuck on to glass surfaces wherever the situation is best suited. They can be the first thing you see when you knock on a person’s door “No Soliciting“ or “All deliveries received in the back“ if it’s a business address. Their is a courteous and effective way of letting people know your preferences without having to get into a debate or lose time. Imagine if every time someone knocked on the door you would be forced to reiterate the same message, over and over again. This type of situation would become very annoying and may even lead to a confrontation. Best to keep things light and avoid problematic situations by resolving the matter once and for all with helpful, clear and friendly vinyl decals that best suit your situation.
Window decals can be used for just about every reason under the sun. Some people collect them. Perhaps they love Mickey Mouse or some other cartoon character and have a hundred different poses on their mirror or bedroom window. Decal collecting can provide fun entertainment.
Then there are those that are informative. If you are a proud person of, let’s say, Bulgarian heritage, posting a Bulgarian flag sticker on your front window is a way of letting the neighbors know that you are proud of your roots.
Other informative types include “Ace Security System“ , “No Trespassing,” “Beware of Dog,” “Private Property,” and “Remove Shoes Upon Entering.” No matter what you want to say, the sky is practically the limit. A restaurant may have a vinyl static cling decal of No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service. That is pretty clear to understand. Credit cards received at a place of business are generally posted upon entry so that all will know they payment options. These are also adhesive or static clings – as well as the PUSH or PULL sticker, No Smoking and No Dogs Allowed (Except Those Assisting the Blind).
We see them so often that we often forget about the important role they play. Because they are so effective, they are put on the windows as an important part of knowing what business hours a company has, the methods of payment available, and other important details.
You may receive window permit decals from your place of work to show your legal access to the employee parking lot. If you use a toll road for which you have paid the monthly dues, don’t be surprised to receive one of their window clings to place on your windshield. Those who cross a bridge, cross the state or international border frequently may also receive one of many window decals. There are those for VIPs, like media passes, airport access, reporters at important public events, newspaper photographers and other people who need to be at the center of an important event. The mayor and his staff have certain window parking permit hang tags to give them this VIP access that the general public is not allowed.
They don’t have to be large to be effective. They may be small squares with a date grid or a small symbol or logo which is easily identifiable to those who make control procedures. Some must be placed in the upper right hand corner of the windshield, or behind the rear view mirror. At any rate, parking lot attendants and security guards know what they are looking for, and can easily spot the parking permit tags in a moment’s time. It saves time, promotes efficiency, and allows business to run more smoothly than it would have ordinarily.
As the wise man’s saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. The same things is true of window graphics, as well. No need to go into a lengthy explanation, description or confrontation. This alone is worth a lot. Perhaps you look like a nobody but perhaps you are one of the key players in an important delegation or program. They provided ensure your acceptance at the primary location where you need to be at the time when you are most needed.
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