Measuring guide - window graphics
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Measuring guide - window graphics

While trying to center your vinyl work in a window, you find you cannot locate the Stabilo pencil you were going to use to mark off the center point in the glass... take a piece of masking tape, apply this to the glass - then you can easily mark the center point with a pen, pencil or whatever. Aligning your center mark with a corresponding one on your masked vinyl, apply the vinyl, remove the tape and off you go.

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