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Q: Static Stickers - Source ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   4 Comments )
Subject: Static Stickers - Source
Category: Business and Money > Advertising and Marketing
Asked by: lizardnation-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 30 Sep 2002 06:45 PDT
Expires: 30 Oct 2002 05:45 PST
Question ID: 70743

I'm looking for a company, an affordable offer if possible, for the
printing of a single color (Reflective Gray) on non-glossy -matt-
transparent background static sticker that can take heavy UV pounding
and uses static power to stick to windows. :-)

The sticker will only hold the URL of a website, pretty simple

The company printing these should be able to deal with me
electronically and ship internationally.  They can be located anywhere
in the world.  Priority is for good quality at a good price.

Quantity will be negociated directly with them.  I'll need a sample
"if possible" of how much they charge typically for x quantity to
forecast costs.

Thank you.


Clarification of Question by lizardnation-ga on 30 Sep 2002 14:32 PDT
Hello Davidsar,

Couldn't write a comment as the question was locked.  That looks like
the sticker, but I couldn't understand the term "self adhesive" as
being ahesive via static energy. :-)  If it is, they yes that is it.


Clarification of Question by lizardnation-ga on 30 Sep 2002 17:17 PDT
A small change in criteria to assist in easing the search. :-)

I'll spend a bit of time with the company on getting my
color/shade/reflection factor taken care of if you'll find companies
with the ability to print on these statically clinging stickers which
are placed on the inside of the window and have good inks which can
take the UV damage.

Subject: Re: Static Stickers - Source
Answered By: lot-ga on 03 Oct 2002 06:27 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hello lizardnation-ga

Slightly easier with the new criteria, here is what I researched. 
"Static cling webdecals are printed with white or black & white
letters on clear vinyl"
"Double-Face Window Static Cling - and many more!"
No prices though.. need to get a quote.
"Static-Cling Material"
No prices though, quote system
"Removable Self-sticking Vinyl Zip-Strips®...screen printed in glossy
colors...promote products, services, candidates and events"
Has a good price guide, though not sure if they have a clear liner.
"Removable Window Decals are printed on clear static vinyl and clear
polyester with ultra removable adhesive that can be removed easily 
without damage to rear window defroster wires or window tinting film."
with price guide have static cling with a basic price guide have static cling but no pricing details. use static cling material
Prices are here featuring "UV Inks and Weather Resistant Vinyl"
"Car Window Stickers with Static-Cling-produced on your choice of
white or clear static cling vinyl. Easily applied and can be removed
without damaging rear window defrosters. Great for College logos,
organizations, special messages, seasonal decorations."
No pricing though appears to offer static cling but with main focus on
No pricing on site

As already mentioned in the comments
Merox (I had already emailed them to check if they ship to the states,
they do) I also phoned them to see if it was 'cling' decals, and they
said they do fluorescent ink. As regards UV the lady was not totally
sure but reckons they should be resistant as otherwise they would get

slightly off track are these URL devices from but are
more permanent (maybe for your own staff vehicles)

KI-Corp do static cling but no further details on their site is a bit vague but state 
"We can design and produce any outdoor quality decals or stickers in
any size, shape, or color!"

Search Strategy:
cling window decals car
Google Directory> Auto Graphics and Lettering > Shopping > Vehicles >
Parts and Accessories > Exterior > Auto Graphics and Lettering
car window stickers

Something I came across in the research, not exactly a window
sticker... but I thought it was funny :-)

I hope that helps, and again if you have any clarification that is
needed, just ask.

Kind regards
lizardnation-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars
Excellent answer! Liked the Shark Vampire. ;-)


Subject: Re: Static Stickers - Source
From: davidsar-ga on 30 Sep 2002 13:05 PDT
Take a look at

Is this the type of product and info you're looking for?
Subject: Re: Static Stickers - Source
From: lot-ga on 30 Sep 2002 15:05 PDT
Hello lizardnation-ga
quite tricky looking for reflective gray, on non glossy material, most
are glossy I think to enable an invisible static bond to the window.

Anyway, off topic I found a billing solutions provider that satisfies
(they claim to satisfy) the list of points for your WISP question, but
the question has now expired. Finding 1 provider doesn't justify the
previous price tag. If it is still of interest to your collegue,
perhaps open a new question at a much lower price. I went through
various billing suppliers, the difficulty was trying to satisfy all
the criteria.

regards lot-ga
Subject: Re: Static Stickers - Source
From: lizardnation-ga on 30 Sep 2002 15:17 PDT
Hello Lot,

As to reflective, it can be Floricent Gray in a way.  If you
understand what I mean?

As to the WISP question, I'll get back to you after asking my
colleague for a decision, either way, I want the answer and I'll post
a question to pick it up if he doesn't. :-)

Subject: Re: Static Stickers - Source
From: lizardnation-ga on 30 Sep 2002 15:54 PDT
Hello Lot,

The WISP question is reposted with a note to the fact that it's
preferably awaiting an answer from you at #70921.


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