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It is water proof bc it's 651, however, I don't know how long it would last constantly being in the water.. there's a higher grade I believe 671 or 691 maybe that would work. This vinyl is mostly decal for car windows or cups etc..
Joan
· May 6, 2018
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Yes, the back is sticky. There is a sheet of wax paper on the back that you'll need to peal off to reveal the sticky side of the vinyl.
Jesie
· November 7, 2016
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Yes , I have done wood signs for outside and it is great
Kerry Vos
· February 12, 2020
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I woulint try to print on this. There are other printable vinyls. I have used my cricut and had that write on it with a marker. The issue is as it is glossy, the Ink will smear. I believe Oracal has a printable vinyl also.
Gwen DeGolier
· June 17, 2018
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Yes, but you need to sand the wood and seal it before using it. Then I would recommend sealing it again. There are tutorials on how to do this on YouTube.
Amy Wedehase
· April 16, 2018
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The vinyl is white. The backing paper is blue.
Jesie
· December 7, 2016
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No. If you are wanting vinyl for clothing/bags etc.. you need too google Heat transfer Vinyl.
Melanie
· August 20, 2018
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Yes, no glue needed.
JudeMac
· April 19, 2019
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Yes!!
Destry Fauvergue
· June 6, 2019
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Unless the surface is smooth without bumps, vinyl will not have enough surface area to which to stick. If you could coat the brick wall with enough clear coat or modge podge , I don't think it will stick much at all.
Jill McLeester
· July 17, 2018