Our Most Popular Opaque Static Cling Templates

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Why Choose Square Signs?

At Square Signs, we put our customers first. Your satisfaction is our highest priority, so we’re going to help you from start to finish. We’ll help you pick out your perfect sign style, design it exactly the way you want it, and receive it when you need it. We are a click away, every step of the way, and we aim to deliver an easy and effective experience you can’t get anywhere else.

Why Choose Square Signs?

At Square Signs, we put our customers first. Your satisfaction is our highest priority, so we’re going to help you from start to finish. We’ll help you pick out your perfect sign style, design it exactly the way you want it, and receive it when you need it. We are a click away, every step of the way, and we aim to deliver an easy and effective experience you can’t get anywhere else.

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About Opaque Static Cling

Opaque static clings are printed on white film and are the perfect choice for those looking for temporary window signage. Quick and easy to put up and take down, these decals can be reused when maintained with proper care. This type of decal is not recommended for use on vehicles or in exterior locations. To clean, simply wipe down with a damp cloth or a paper towel.

SpecificationsInstallation & Care

Weight: 0.09 lbs per square foot

Thickness: 0.017"

Details: Double-sided white cling featuring low adhesion from static cling, repositionable, reusable

Suggested Uses: Intended for indoor use in a home, retail, or auto window

Printing Method: Four color process, eco-friendly, weather, fade and abrasion resistant UV ink

Approximate Lifespan: 1+ year with proper installation and maintenance

Commonly Ordered Sizes: 6"x6", 12"x12", 24"x12", 2'x2', 4'x4', 3'x5'

Options: Cut, Accessories

To install, peel the backing and starting from the top, press the cling against the window. Cling can be pulled away and reapplied should bubbles appear.
Clean your static cling with a damp cloth or paper towel. If the cling is having difficulty adhering to the window, you can remove it, clean the surface, and then reapply.