Adhesive vinyl is primarily used for signs, decals, and most solid surface projects. By solid surface, we mean materials such as glass, vehicles, windows, keychains, and more.
There are two types of Adhesive Vinyl and you’ll want to make sure you’re using the right kind for your project. Most adhesive vinyls are classified as permanent or removable.
Quick Tip: Adhesive Vinyl is often referred to as 651 vinyl. While 651 vinyl is a brand of adhesive vinyl, referring to all pressure-sensitive types of vinyl as 651 would be incorrect.
Outdoor Permanent Vinyl
Oracal 651 Outdoor Vinyl is perfect for car decals, vehicle lettering, tumblers, mugs, signs, and most outdoor projects. Oracal 651 has a clear, solvent-based adhesive that is rated for 4-6 years outdoors. While it’s considered “permanent” it can be removed in most cases with some heat and patience. Oracal 651 comes in 64 beautiful colors.
I use Oracal 651 Vinyl more than any other material. It’s bright and vibrant in color and holds up to the elements well.
From lettering cups and tumblers to creating vehicle graphics, Oracal 651 is our go-to vinyl for its versatility.