Important Magnetic Sign Information

Read this before using your magnetic sign!

  • Vehicles need special preparation before applying your magnetic sign. Do not attempt to place magnetic sign on any surface that is not completely flat. Both the vehicle surface and the magnetic side of the sign should be clean and dry, and the vehicle surface should be waxed prior to applying.

  • To apply a magnetic sign let one edge of the sign contact the vehicle in the desired position. Then let the magnetic power do the work as it puts the sign into place from the edge where you started to the opposite edge. If the sign is not exactly where you want it, peel it off, reposition the starting edge and repeat. Make sure that the entire surface of the sign is smoothly against the vehicle with no air pockets underneath. In the winter the temperature of the sign should be about 50 degrees Fahrenheit during installation, but the temperature of the vehicle does not matter.

  • This magnetic sign order was custom made especially for you. Your sign should be free from all defects. Most likely the sign will be used out of doors. There is no guarantee that the sign will not be lost or stolen. It is your responsibility to be sure your sign adheres properly to your vehicle. Test the sign before use. If there is any problem or concern call it to us before you begin using the sign.

  • Sign maintenance is recommended as follows: Remove the sign weekly and wipe dry both the magnetic side and the surface of the vehicle. This keeps moisture from collecting, which can potentially damage a vehicle. Cleaning the display side of a magnetic sign is just as easy: simply wash it with warm water and a mild detergent.

  • Special precautions must be taken when storing magnetic signs. Avoid wrinkling by storing in a three to four inch diameter roll with the printed side of the sign pointed to the outside of the roll, or store the sign flat. Since your sign is permanently magnetic, you need not protect against magnet destruction. Anything else is just common sense-like not putting heavy things on or against signs in storage