Polyethylene plastic .055 gauge license plate blanks accept vinyl lettering and graphics well. They are corona treated on both sides for excellent screen printability. These blanks will not accept dye-sublimation. Corona treated means the plastic is treated with a very high electric charge at low voltage. This charge “pits" the surface of the plastic so that it isn’t super smooth. Because of this, it is more receptive to the vinyl adhesive. It is also more receptive to screen printing ink. Sold in quantities of 5.
I ordered their license plates, expecting to get them in a few days. They arrived the next day (East Texas to West Oklahoma). The value is great, and the customer service is amazing. I recommend this company and this product to anyone.
Great Product!, 6.14.2011
Reviewer: Katie Sullivan (Mendenhall, MS)
I have a cricut and all of my customers love these license plate blanks! I have no problem at all getting vinyl to stick and stay stuck! :)
Don't be Afraid of Plastic., 4.17.2009
Reviewer: Joey Gideon (Columbia, TN)
I was reluctant to even try a plastic product such as this whereas we were used to using aluminum plates. I have ordered many more plastic license plate blanks since my first batch. Vinyl designs look GREAT on them and are super easy to apply (bubbling on dry apps are NEVER a problem). The cost effectiveness drew me to them, the ease of use and finished product capabilities keeps me coming back. Although not as glossy as acrylics, I generally clear-coat them after applying vinyl anyways. They also offer features such as rugged flexibility that you can't find in aluminum plates.
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