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HALTON

Hi Guys how would you clean he insides of this shop as the vinyl is on the inside 

would you soap all the window up and then squeegee it off going over the vinyl and then scrimming any drips from the vinyl.

or 

clean up to the vinyl all the way round and then scrim over the vinyl so no soap goes on the vinyl

dont want to be lifting the vinyl from the window 

also price guys please 

long time since i did shop work 

cheers

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Clisty1989

Do window as normal, then detail the vinyl, do a few shops with it on, takes an extra 30 seconds. As for price I'd go £10 in and out for 2/4 weeks and £8 weekly. That's including the door obviously.

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HALTON

yeh cheers that what i used to do just that way the vinyl on the ends start lifting from window if my memory serves me correctly?

 

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Clisty1989
On 13/07/2018 at 13:24, HALTON said:

yeh cheers that what i used to do just that way the vinyl on the ends start lifting from window if my memory serves me correctly?

 

You could just trad around it and go over it with a scrim, not as effective, but will do the job

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rugbywolf

I have some of these, I try to avoid wetting the vinyl and treat it as leaded.

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Daniel Perkins

I do hundreds of these every month, decals, vinyl etc. You have to be gentle with some of them but I wash as per usual & then detail the drips with a cloth. I never go against the edge of vinyl when doing cloth work, always come over the edges... just incase it loosens or lifts which it can do sometimes.

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rugbywolf
On ‎21‎/‎07‎/‎2018 at 17:20, Daniel Perkins said:

I do hundreds of these every month, decals, vinyl etc. You have to be gentle with some of them but I wash as per usual & then detail the drips with a cloth. I never go against the edge of vinyl when doing cloth work, always come over the edges... just incase it loosens or lifts which it can do sometimes.

Totally agree

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