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My awning is Sunbrella or treated with silicone, what are my options?

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My awning is Sunbrella or treated with silicone, what are my options?

Awning fabric may range from old-fashioned canvas to 21st century vinyls and resin compounds. If your awning sample does not stick well, it may be because of a reaction to the finish applied to the awning fabric. So what can I do to cover over or to replace or add new lettering on the awning (without having to pay for a whole new awning)? Some solutions listed below may work for your D.I.Y. awning makeover.The least costly solution is likely to be to order our PaintMask self-adhesive stencils in combination with sign paint like 1-Shot. List of distributors here. Find out more...

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How can I cover an old business name on an awning?

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How can I cover an old business name on an awning?

Can I cover up old lettering on my awning? You can, and we go over the steps to find out all available options for your new awning wording.

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Working with Awnings & Lettering

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Working with Awnings & Lettering

I want to put lettering or a logo on my awning What I need to know before I begin. Important: Find out what kind of material your awning is made of before anything else.If you don't check first, this product may not work as desired.In the last part of the 20th century, awnings were predominantly made of a canvas, vinyl or composite fabric material. To find out of our DuraStik Awning Lettering works for you, you must determine which kind you have before you proceed so you can order the right products. The lettering and logos are all custom-made to order, so let's figure...

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