Site designed by Adrian Wakefield 2010
Midway Offices, 68 Stone Road
Staffordshire, ST4 6SP
Tel: 01782 659999
Fax: 01782 659999
[Q] I want some work done, but I don’t know what to do next?
[A] Ring, E-mail or visit with some ideas of what you need to say
on your signs van or print, we will help you with the rest.
[Q] If I have lettering on my vehicle, will it come off when I sell it and will it damage the paint?
[A] Lettering is easily removed with heat, it will not damage the paintwork if the paintwork
Is a factory finish, infact vinyl is considered to be a protective layer.
[Q] I want to sell my vehicle, how do I remove the lettering?
[A] The lettering needs to be warmed up to release the strength of the glue, you can use a
hairdryer, hot kettle water or carefully use a hot hair gun, the lettering can then be
peeled away, if there is any glue residue it can be removed with either white spirit or
preferably glue and tar remover.
[Q] I want new signs which are quite large, do I need planning permission?
[A] The local authority will help you with guidance, but if you require some initial help
we suggest that you look at the relevant PDF document by clicking HERE it is a useful
resource which should help you with any questions that you may have.
[Q] Can I use a pressure washer on my vehicle with the lettering?
[A] Pressure washers are designed to shift stubborn dirt, they will also remove lettering.
We recommend that you use the machine for rinsing and do not hold against the lettering
where the force is likely to take the lettering off, normal sensible hand washing rule
Should apply .
[Q] Is my lettering waterproof?
[A] All of the materials that we use are outside durable, there only a small number of films
for internal use only because the adhesive is acrylic based. Vinyl's perform much better
these days and even the most basic materials have a surprisingly good life span.
These are just a few answers to the most common questions, if there is something that
You would like to know the answer to, please feel free to e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org