CORNCOB Reflective Overlay Letters (fits Oracle Lights and what they replace)
Here's an easy way to add some Iowa heritage to your vehicle or anywhere you want. They also happen to fit some of the most popular light up letters on the automotive market (Oracle!). They may fit other letters that look similar or can be used in a standalone format.
They measure approximately 1.2" high.
This material is the same kind of stuff used on emergency vehicles. It really catches stray light at night.
For UV and minor impact protection, we will add a 2.5mil overlaminate on top.
StickerFab was founded in 2014 in Des Moines, IA as a business that could provide custom cut vinyl decals for the automotive market. We have evolved, moved to Florida and now have the ability to do much more than just cutting vinyl. We have full print capabilities and have expanded to providing many parts for our customers.
The printing allows us to come close to matching existing palettes of colors found on many vehicles. We will laminate these to extend the life and protect against harmful UV light.
Sold as a single set (due to material costs). Additional letters of the alphabet are available on request and may be substituted.
NOTE: ORACLE lights sold separately. Does not have transfer paper. Letters can be rearranged (IE CORN, NCO, BRO, COO, BOO).
Photoluminescent (Glow in the Dark)
Clean the application area to prepare it for installation. Choose a relatively low humidity day and 70-80 degree weather if possible. Any variance from this will affect the installation.
NOTES: We recommend that the installation area be free of wax and not under direct sunlight. Some will choose to clean the application area with rubbing alcohol which is okay.
"Rubbing alcohol will not damage car paint if it is diluted to between 10% and 15%. Since rubbing alcohol evaporates quickly, it doesn't damage car paint."
- Detailing Spray
- Soapy Water / StickerFab Application Fluid
- Heat Gun or Hair Dryer
Wet installs require one drop of dish or hand soap in a cup of water. Apply to the vinyl so that the first attempt doesn't make the vinyl permanently stick to the surface. Then you can slide it around and push out the extra water once it is in place with your fingers.
Try doing the install in the shade so it doesn't heat up the vinyl rapidly. Keep a hair dryer around if you want to apply light heat to dry it out once properly aligned. Otherwise you can park it back in the sun and push down the corners. Please make sure all the letters are dry before driving the vehicle or using the object it has been applied to.
Adding small amount of heat to the vinyl after positioned can help it dry out faster and to wrap the edges if they are overlapping the side of the Oracle letters.