Toyo Tires Sticker
Personalize your locker, skateboard, window, truck, and car with a vinyl Toyo tires sticker. The decals easily apply to all smooth surfaces. They are UV resistant and also water-resistant, so, the weather isn’t a big issue. Toyo tire decal stickers are available in many colors and sizes.
Wondering whether you can find stickers that will permanently stick to your car tires? If so, then you should try out Toyo tire stickers. The best thing you can do is to find a sticker that will not fail after a short period.
The fact is chemicals in the tyre will eventually adversely affect anything that’s placed on a sidewall. We have all seen tire stickers applied to the tire and ultimately turned brown and black. Nobody wants his or her vehicle to look cheaper, particularly at the show. Moreover, when leaving the show, you do not want people to see the tire stickers flying off the tire.
One of the things you should never do is try to clean the tire stickers. This is because the bond can be easily compromised and any scrubbing will hasten the removal of the Toyo stickers. Also, the stains are permanent since they usually come from behind and have largely migrated through the sticker material.
If you’re sick of all the poor results and problems that tire stickers, stencils, and paint pens produced, and that’s why we’ve created the perfect solution for custom Toyo lettering kits. The best solution is raised white Toyo tires with white letters made from patented durable composite substances together with a patented adhesive, which bonds the letters to the tires. The adhesive usually bonds with the letters like they are a permanent part of the tire. The black color in the Toyo tires decal would be the color you’ve chosen, whereas the white background would be the surface color you apply it on.
Toyo Tires Peel and Stick Tire Stickers are now available for 16 inch, 17 inch, 18 inch, 19 inch, and 20 inch wheels.
– Semi-Permanent: Peel and Stick Application Guide
For more information on this product, see the Product Selection Guide