Our Sticker Products
We print custom bumper stickers.
A bumper sticker, as you well know, is a sticker with a message, political or otherwise, which is intended to be attached to the bumper of a car and to be read by occupants of other vehicles and/or angry freeway truckers named "Sal."
Bumper stickers can be humorous, religious, angry, political, philosophical or just plain random. They may be used to promote a political position (our personal favorites) or to support a sports team. Bumper stickers are a popular way of showing support for a candidate and always become more common during election years.
Always Choose Silkscreen
Here's the thing... Sticker Robot printed bumper stickers are more durable and will last longer, outside and in the elements, than any other sticker printer that you will find. You can read all about our quality here. One thing is for certain, be very careful about having a digital sticker printer print your bumper stickers. Regardless of their promises, digital stickers will fade, peel and delaminate very quickly. For bumper stickers, always choose silkscreen.
Bumper Sticker Application
Applying our custom bumper stickers to your car is simple. Just make sure to clean and dry the surface of the vehicle before you adhere the sticker. Removing dust, dirt and debris will ensure that the sticker really sticks. Painted or chrome finishes tend to provide the best surface for bumper stickers, while rubber and rough-textured plastic finishes can be more problematic. Our Clear vinyl stickers are a popular choice for car windows.
Bumper Sticker Removal
Our stickers have an aggressive adhesive. (We make stickers after all, not postage stamps.) So while the adhesive is permanent, there are still effective ways to easily remove our bumper stickers. For windows, simply use a razor blade and start unpeeling from one edge, working diagonally. To remove bumper stickers from your car's painted surface, a blow dryer can really help. Gradually heating up the sticker will make the adhesive tacky, at which point you can slowly start peeling the sticker, either with your fingers, a firm plastic spatula or very carefully with a razor blade. Some residue will likely remain, in which case some rubbing alcohol and clean cloths will do the trick. If you still have trouble with the residue, break out the blowdryer again. Be patient and careful and it will look as if the sticker was never there.
Sticker Templates & File Setup
Need help setting up your art files? We provide free downloadable templates with standard sticker sizes or you can create your own size bumper stickers.