I have a customer who is looking for temporary vehicle signs. I know I can do magnets but I was just curious if there are any other ideas. The signs would be seasonal and the customer would like to be able to use again.
Give PhotoTex a try. It has removable adhesive that will stick at 500 MPH (they say) and still can be peeled off and thrown in a corner. When you ant to use it next time it will straighten out and stick again.
For temporary signs you have a few options. But first you have to ask the right questions. Do they mean seasonal as in 90-120 days or are talking about xmas season? Are their vehicles going to be driven on highways every day at 55mph or just local 35-45mph traffic? You would have a hard time proving phototex wrong about 500mph. Not sure what road let alone what vehicle that was tested on.
If you’re NOT doing a wrap job and the install will be on a pretty flat surface, you could "try" Avery Wall Mark. We have tried General Formulations, Avery, Oracal,Photo-tex and Sihl. Of the 5 products, Avery has performed the best with the Roland Inks. I would still recommend lamination of the job; one car wash will ruin everything else. Just like everything else, money dictates what the customer wants. If they are unwilling to pay for a better solution, make them aware that there is NO guarantee with the longevity of the unprotected, short term graphics. At just $.45 cents a square foot. Avery is great option, not only for vehichles, but for all windows and interrior walls!
I hope this info helps you.