Do you want to make your small business stand out? You’re not like the competition. Why look like them? Quality signage makes the difference. Our static cling products make it possible.
Start With a Logo
I started Reimagines with limited design experience. I watched hours of Skillshare videos, searched for tutorials, and practiced constantly. My first big design project was my logo.
Logos are everything! I tried using different shapes to create icons, but nothing seemed right. Reimagines was a new brand and I wanted something that would fit with a variety of products.
After hours of trying to build my logo, it hit me. I needed to draw. I quickly used a brush to draw “Reimagines”. The simple script looked better than my other complex designs!
Windows Tell A Story
Shortly after landing on a logo design, I moved into my new office. Reimagines is located in a building downtown with lots of windows. Each window is an opportunity to make an impression on a future customer. I wanted mine to serve as an example of what my new Roland printer/cutter could do.
As I was planning my office windows, I knew I wanted something eye-catching and unique. I didn’t want standard signage. I also wanted it to be easy to apply and remove just in case my branding changed.
What is eye-catching, easy to remove, and repositionable? My favorite material – static cling!
I Love Static Cling!
What is static cling? Before I started designing and printing my own products, I had no idea. Static cling “clings” to glass, whiteboards, smooth metals and plastics. It sticks without adhesive so there is never any residue.
Static cling can be applied on either side of the material. All you need is a clean surface, a spray bottle of water, and a squeegee or credit card. It is the easiest material to apply and can be removed and reused. Static cling is the perfect material for renters, seasonal displays, and promotional materials.
How To Apply Static Cling
Applying static cling is easy!
First, make sure the application surface is clean and dry. Dust and dirt interfere with the application.
Next, spray the application surface with water. You can apply static cling to glass, whiteboards, smooth metals, and some plastics.
Then, carefully remove the backing from the static cling.
Next, apply the static cling to the surface. You will be able to move it around and reapply until you are happy with the placement.
Lastly, use a squeegee or a credit card to press and remove additional water underneath the cling. You can place a cleaning cloth over the credit card to avoid scratching the static cling. Removing the excess water will create a seal and help remove any bubbles.
Static Cling is a Small Business Favorite
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