Floor stickers also known as floor decals can be used a variety of ways! They are made out of 3.4mil vinyl, printed with UV cured ink and are slip resistant, made to withstand harsh weather conditions.
Below are some other ways they can be used:
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What are some common uses for floor stickers?
These can be used to provide directions, direct the flow of people walking, or as graphic art. Floor decals can be customized to specific shapes and be installed on surfaces like sealed concrete, laminate floors, tile (without going over grout lines), and hardwood floors. They are typically used in stores, restaurants, warehouses and even in houses. We recommend before installing, the surface be prepped by cleaning it and allowing it to dry prior to placing the decal, that way the decal lasts longer.
Below are some picture examples of surfaces our decals can be applied to:
Floor decals will not work on carpet, however we do have carpet decals that will work on low profile carpet and they can be purchased here https://www.printmoz.com/carpet-decals
Below are a few examples of the different custom cuts we can do.
Our vinyl floor decals can last on average 6 – 12 months in high traffic areas, and typically 2-3 years in areas with little to no traffic. These cannot be repositioned or reused so make sure you are applying your decal in the area you intend on putting it.
Lets talk about prepping the surface.
Now lets go over applying the decal
Your floor graphic should adhere right away, but we recommend pressing firmly to make sure it sticks to the floor. Once done it will be ok to walk on however do not try to clean your floor graphic for at least 24 hours after applying it.
Begin by lifting one of the sides then peel the decal at an angle until it has completely lifted off the surface. It could take a little more work depending on the type of surface the decal was placed on as well as how long the decal had been applied. If it was within 6-12 months of being applied it should be fairly easy to take off, if it had been on the surface longer than 12 months it may be a little more difficult to remove and, in some cases, it could leave some adhesive.
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How thick is the floor sticker?
The floor sticker is 3.4 millimeters or 0.0034 inches, and that is the only thickness we offer at moment.
Is a floor sticker the same thing as a floor decal?
Yes it’s just a different name. It can be called a floor decal, floor graphic, or vinyl floor decal.
Can this be used on carpet?
No this floor sticker cannot, but we do offer carpet decals here https://www.printmoz.com/carpet-decals
Can this be used on a dance floor for a wedding?
Yes as long as it’s a smooth surface like sealed concrete, laminate floors, tile (without going over grout lines), or a hardwood floor.
What is the smallest and largest size I can order?
You can order as small as 2” x 2” and as large as 54” x 150” long without your floor sticker getting split.
Are your floor stickers slip resistant?
They are anti-skid, however they can get slippery if they get wet.
Can I remove my floor sticker to reposition it?
Unfortunately, once you apply the floor sticker then try to remove it, it will ruin the floor sticker.
Do you have different colors in floor vinyl material?
We only have white, and you can always adjust your artwork file to print whatever color you need.
Will my floor decal fade in the sun?
We use UV cured ink so your decal will not fade in the sun.
Can I use this on a gym hardwood floor without it ruining it when they are pulled up?
Yes you can and it will not leave any sticky residue.
Can you cut this into a specific shape?
Absolutely! You would just select “halo” cut and we would cut it out to the shape of your artwork leaving a 0.25" - 0.5” border
Will the adhesive ruin the original floor?
These floor stickers should not damage the floor, but also keep in mind the longer it sits the more difficult it can be to remove.
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