Kelly's Custom Vinyl Lettering - Boat/Watercraft Reg. #'s/Names - Tomahawk, WI
KELLY'S CUSTOM   - Vinyl  Lettering  &  Art
 
BOAT/WATERCRAFT
REGISTRATION #'S 
 
&
 
 BOAT/WATERCRAFT NAMES
 
 
 
 
 
 
                                                                          
 Our 6- year adhesive vinyl decals
 
are waterproof and custom to meet your taste. Add flare and style to your boat at a fraction of the cost.
 
 
 
Boat Registration Numbers:
Ordering Boat ID Registration Numbers
Has Never Been Easier! All vinyl boat numbers should comply with Federal Requirements meaning they have to be at least 3 inches in height or larger and are supposed to be in block letters and #'s.  All boat numbers are produced with self-adhesive 6-year vinyl that comes pre-spaced, masked, and ready to apply. All boat registration numbers start at the required 3 inch height and come in matching pairs for each side of the boat.
 
 
 
(or fill out payment information form with the 
following information, located on the left side of your screen:
 
1) Font/Lettering
2) Style of lettering (I.E. shadow,outline)
3) Font/Lettering Colors
4) Exact numbers your want on your boat/watercraft
5) Email Address to send the artwork for your approval.
 
 
 
 
PROOFS
 
Because your boat decal is a specialty item, all "CUSTOM" orders will be verified with a colored e-mail proof. You will be sent two proofs to compare. You pick which one you like best. Minor changes will be at no additional charge. New proofs or major changes will be subject to an additional charge of $12.00 for two more proofs. Your order will not be processed until the final proof is OK'd. 
 
 
 
CUSTOM YOUR STYLE, SIZE, COLORS  FONTS/LETTERING
 
 
 
 
 Each set of boat registration numbers measure  3"- 4" Tall & 15" - 22" in Length. Depending on font/lettering you choose.
 
 
 
OPTION #1
 
1 Pair 1- Color
$15.99
 
Boat Reg. decal
1-Color White
 
 
 
 
OPTION #2
 
1 Pair  2-Color
 $19.99
 
boat decal
Red Shadowed To The RIght
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
OPTION #3
 
*1 Pair  2-Color 
$34.99
 
JUNE & JULY 2010 006
Black Shadow Outlined W/ Grey Metallic Silver (+ $9.99 per set)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
OPTION #4
 
*1 Pair  2-Color 
$25.00
 
 
Red Outlined W/ White
(lt. blue outline will be the color of your watercraft)
 
 
 
Yellow Outlined W/ Lt. Grey
(white outline will be the color of your watercraft)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
OPTION #5
 
*1 Pair  3-Color 
$39.99
 
Black Shadow Outlined W/ Grey Metallic Silver (+ $5.99 per set)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
~*Metallic Vinyls Add $5.99 per set
   Available Colors: Chrome, Silver, Gold & Copper
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
STYLES OF LETTERING
 
lettering styles
 
Many other possibilities if you do
not see it here.
 
 
 
 
 
 
BOAT/WATERCRAFT NAMES
 
 
 
 for your FREE quote.
 
 
1) Font/Lettering
2) Style of lettering (I.E. shadow,outline)
3) Font/Lettering Colors
4) Name you want on your boat.
5) Graphics you may want on your watercraft.(NOTE: If you have any send a jpeg to my email.)
6) Email Address to send the artwork for your approval.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
How To Apply Vinyl Boat ID Numbers
Applying Vinyl Boat ID Numbers Is Very Easy!
(Even for someone that has had no experience putting them on!) We always send complete and easy to understand instructions with every order.
 
 
On what surfaces can I apply vinyl letters and decals?
Vinyl letters & decals can be applied to most  surfaces that is smooth, nonporous, and wax-free.
 
 
Will it hurt my boat to put vinyl letters or
numbers on it?
Putting vinyl on the surface of your boat or on the windows will not damage it. Before applying your decals, make sure that the area is clean and wax-free. This will ensure that the vinyl adheres well and will have a longer life.
 
 
How do remove old Boat ID Numbers?
Removing boat numbers is a tedious process. There is no set way to do it. Here are few pointers. Don't use sharp or hard objects to scrape letters off. This will scratch the surface. Vinyl is brittle in cold weather. It is better to wait for warm weather so that the vinyl will not break off in tiny pieces. It seems to work better, when removing vinyl, if you pull the vinyl SLOWLY and perpendicular to the surface. It is more likely to come off in one piece this way. You can also use a heat gun or hair dryer to assist in the vinyl removal, but special care must be taken not to over heat the area. A heat gun can cause paint to melt and bubble if held in one place too long.