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I am creating promotional tabletop trifolds for the college I work for. The panels are printed onto adhesive vinyl (with an Epson 9900 inkjet) and then attached to Sintra board. Does anyone have any suggestions for what might work best for applying these prints (18x24 in size) to the Sintra board so that I get minimal bubbles and don't smear the ink in the process? I'm assuming that I need a large squeegee? felt tipped? Any help you can give me would be much appreciated. I have a vinyl cutter and use the Oracal 631 to create titles, etc for art exhibits; therefore I have transfer tape and the small squeegees but I'm thinking these wouldn't work well with the printable adhesive vinyl... not sure. Please give me your thoughts.
I bought a package of Cricut Printable Vinyl which I am planning to use to create a sticker for a mug that will be used to drink tea. I read online a design on printable vinyl can smudge or wear off if it gets wet. I am wondering if there is a way to protect my vinyl sticker, once on the tea mug, so the design does not come off? The design will not come in contact with the recipient's mouth in any way. I read online that you can use modge podge to seal/protect a vinyl sticker. Should I use that or is there something else that is better?