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Using stencils on a corrugated surface

You're looking for quick and easy signage for your office, workshop or studio but getting paint into the profile/ uneven surface is presenting a problem?

The ideal solution is a custom stencil. Ours are lightweight making them really easy to handle on a vertical surface.

Here's a list of 5 easy steps

  1. Make sure the surface is clean and free from lumps, bumps or debris
  2. Load up your roller with paint
  3. Use re positioning adhesive (Spray Mount) on reverse of your stencil
  4. Position and lightly paint. Repeating lightly is better than trying to do in a 'oner'
  5. Remove stencil carefully. You're now good to go and get your message across!

Custom wall or logo stencils are all flexible, durable, washable/ re-usable, and at the end of their (long) usable 'life' can be re-cycled (*check with your local authority).

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