The Difference Between a Sticker and a Decal

Typically the term decal refers to a vinyl die-cut/plotter-cut decal. A sheet or roll of vinyl is loaded into a plotter.  The computer and plotter work in tandem to cut the sheet of vinyl.  The sheet is then removed and the parts of the vinyl that are not needed are removed.  Then application or transfer tape is placed over the design so the user can apply the decal to a window or any other surface.

The term sticker typically refers to a multi-color screen printed, dye sublimated, or full color printed product.

We offer both products, whether you are looking for bumper stickers, contour-cut printed stickers, or one or two color plotter-cut vinyl decals.

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