Vinyl decals have become very popular in recent years. From decorations to custom signs, decals can be used on just about any flat surface for a variety of reasons. Many have even began creating their own decals with at home vinyl cutters such as Silhouette or Cricut, but with all these decals around, it’s important to know what kind of vinyl is right for your project. To help you figure it out, we’ve come up with a list of the most popular types of vinyl and transfer paper so you can have a better understanding of what product you should use!
Chances are you’ll hear a lot of names for adhesive vinyls. Indoor adhesive vinyl is the same thing as removable vinyl and you may even hear it being called 631. This matte finish type of vinyl is most commonly used for vinyl wall decals or signs which won’t be exposed to too much sunlight or harsh elements.
On the other hand you have outdoor vinyl. This is typically considered to be permanent vinyl and also goes by 651. Often used for outdoor signs, this glossy vinyl can be used on any project indoors or out when in need