These Are 5 Common Types Of Stickers That People Use

Stickers are one of the effective offline promotional media and are in great demand by entrepreneurs or small industries, besides being easy to get, the price is also relatively cheap. The most frequently used sticker material used to be paper, along with the development of printing and digital technology, various types of stickers and their uses have emerged.

Through this article, we will explain a summary of several types of stickers, so that they become a guide for you in choosing funny stickers that suit your business and business promotion media needs.

For each type of sticker, there are 5 kinds of stickers that have attributes and uniqueness and have a role in the use, such as:

1. White/Clear Polypropylene Sticker

Polypropylene or polypropene (PP) Sticker This clear sticker is a sticker that is generally thin and made of polypropylene paper. The characteristic of this sticker is that it is transparent white, so it is called a clear sticker.

2. Static Vinyl Sticker

Vinyl stickers are sticker printing materials commonly used in Digital Printing. In general, the characteristics of vinyl stickers are glossy or glossy surfaces and have a white base colour. Vinyl stickers have a static adhesive that can stick to soft or rough textures such as plastic or glass and glass. Vinyl stickers also have fairly high resistance and durability, unlike other stickers.

3. Opaque Vinyl Sticker (Not Translucent)

This sticker has a different characteristic from other stickers, which is not translucent. The material used is opaque, has high durability and is resistant to extreme weather. The use of these stickers is often used outdoors or indoors, often affixed to vehicles or outdoor objects.

4. Bright Vinyl Sticker

Just like polypropylene stickers, many also use this type of sticker. Has durability that is not much different from other types of vinyl stickers and can be attached to any object.

5. Polyester Stickers

Finally, the type of polyester sticker has strong stability and resistance to extreme weather and humid air, as well as to oil and solvents (such as solvents or chemical mixtures).

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