How to Install Color Cutting Vinyl

Designed for body decals, interior or exterior sign faces, and window signs, the 1000E series Monomeric Color Cutting Vinyl is self-adhesive and has a vivid color. It is available in both glossy and matte finishes, and comes in a variety of colors.
Before you use the vinyl, you need to clean your surface. Use rubbing alcohol or a lint free cloth to remove any dirt or surface contaminants. Then, burnish the transfer tape to ensure that it sticks to the vinyl.
Once the vinyl is installed, you must be careful not to reposition the lettering. If you're not sure how to do this, follow the installation instructions.
When installing multi-color vinyl lettering, you must apply the layers in the correct order. This is also called the "cut by fill" function. In addition, you need to make sure that the inner design is properly aligned and that the edges meet properly. This can be difficult to do, and can impact the price of the final product.
If you're not confident about your vinyl's performance, you can always test cut it first. This is especially helpful if you're using a new material. You may need to adjust the settings to get the design to cut correctly.
To make the best of your vinyl's performance, you need to choose a vinyl line with a variety of color options. For example, K2 has 78 different colors. If you're not sure which colors are right for your project, you can find the right one by asking a salesman at your local K2 store.