Just what makes Premium Vinyl so great? And is it really better than Standard? Let’s take a step back and find out.
Premium Cast Vinyl refers to the process it’s manufactured from. To put it simply, when Premium vinyl is formed, the vinyl is a liquid solution and is poured into a cast shape. The liquid hardens and becomes Premium Cast Vinyl we can use in our machines. This is different from Standard Vinyl, but the distinction is very important. Because Cast Vinyl is poured into a shape, the Vinyl has a tendency to remain that shape, making it difficult to stretch or warp throughout its lifespan.
Depending on your application, this rigidness to the Vinyl can be incredibly useful, especially in exterior applications where the sunlight can blast your vinyl with UV rays and fade lesser quality materials. Premium Cast Vinyl is ideally suited for long term applications and has the rugged quality to last four to seven years on average.
Maintaining Premium Vinyl is also easy, usually requiring nothing more than a light cleaning solution and soft cloth, used as regularly as needed to keep the shine of the vinyl bright and vibrant.
The good news is, like all Vinyl- Premium Cast Vinyl will adhere typically to any clean, smooth, glossy surface- especially glass. You can find a wide variety of videos on our website that cover installation on a variety of surfaces. If you have additional questions feel free to contact our customer service center or browse our website for additional hints and tips.