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DMV is in need for signs! Who do they call?

Posted by Juliane Snowden | Jul 24, 2017 2:34:50 PM

DMV(edit).jpgGhostbusters! Just kidding, they call Signs for San Diego! They called asking for decals for their facilities.

With their state of the art latex printer, Signs for San Diego was able to print out decals that display the business hours which are used to inform people when they can come back if they happened to be closed that day. There are three types of ink that is commonly used for signs:

  • UV is commonly used for flat materials such as wood, plastic, or metal.
  • Solvent is the most common and is used in approximately 70% of signs.
  • Latex is the newest and is taking over from solvents for printing on vinyl.

They also printed out decals of the rules, like the ones you see at swimming pools, schools and other facilities that require rules. This helps inform the customers of what is to be expected of them when they arrived. Because what would the DMV be without rules? Rules help people understand how to get “in”, get what they need, and get “out”.

Maybe your business might need something like this.

If your business needs “rules” or other decals, call Signs for San Diego and we’ll be happy to assist you!Contact us for a consultation

Topics: custom digital wall paper, Digital Print and Cut, Decals, custom Decals, custom decals, labels, Custom Signs


Whether you need a channel letter set, a monument signs, ADA signs, wayfinding signs, lobby signs, or any other type of commercial building signage, we can help! Signs for San Diego is the best sign company for building signs.


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