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Dry Transfer Letters

Dry transfer letters or rub-on transfers are a great way to give professional touches to your product models and prototypes. They are easy to use and have a superior display quality which makes them perfect for custom applications.

Dry transfer letters are uniform in appearance and can spice up many objects, including product prototypes, museum exhibits, musical instruments, custom museum signage and automotive parts.

It is cheaper
Unlike other lettering options, Dry Transfer Letters are cheaper to produce and will adhere to most smooth surfaces, such as glass, acetate, plastic, wood, and metal. Because of this, dry transfer lettering can be removed with a soft cloth or earaser. In fact, many businesses use both methods of lettering, and you can get similar results with either one. However, some people prefer using Dry Transfer Letters because of their ease of use.

Aside from being cheaper, Dry Transfer Letters are also more environmentally friendly. Compared to Letraset, which is preprinted with an adhesive, custom rub on transfer lettering is less messy and easier to apply. Because of the latter, you can also use any adhesive you want. Letraset comes with an X-ACTO knife, which makes it easy to apply the lettering on your surface. Dry Transfer Letters are much more flexible, as they are less prone to tearing or cracking, so you can be sure that they will last for many years to come.

It is easier to apply
If you have never applied a Dry Transfer Letter before, you might want to give it a try. The process is much easier than with wet transfer letters, but there are some important things to remember when you're transferring letters. First, dry transfer letters are less likely to flake off. Because the wax in dry transfer letters dries, they will lose their stickiness over time. Then, once the letters are dry, you'll want to protect them with furniture polish.

When applying a dry transfer letter, you need to make sure that the backside is clean, and the pattern is exactly where you want it. The adhesive protector sheet can also be used as a partially holder. Rub the dried transfer letter with your fingertips, starting from the center and working outwards. Avoid trapping air bubbles. If the letter doesn't stick, simply peel off the adhesive protector sheet.

It is better for the environment
If you are interested in enhancing your home, you can consider installing a wall decal made from Dry Transfer Letters. These decals are known for their high quality and can communicate your brand message to potential clients. Dry Transfer Lettering is commonly used by upscale retailers shop DTL, because it is readable and can be applied to any surface. It is also easy to apply. Unlike vinyl, this type of lettering is better for the environment.

Dry Transfer Letters are a greener and more expensive alternative to Letraset, and they are much easier to use. Unlike Letraset, which comes in pre-printed sheets with adhesive, Dry Transfer Letters are applied with a ruler, X-ACTO knife, and adhesive of your choice.

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