Raster to Vector Logo Redraw
Raster to Vector Logo Redraw
Send us your low quality, pixelated raster files and we will trace your image by hand and send back a clean, fully scalable vector file. All artwork is traced by hand and never auto traced, unless the image is an ideal candidate and you approve. A vector file can be reproduced at any size with absolutely no loss in quality. It will look the same at 1 inch tall or 100 inches tall.
Please contact us first to make sure your logo redraw will not be more that $50
Latex Printed and Laminated. We use only automotive grade materials because of their strength and durability.
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So, you've got your hands on a fantastic cornhole wrap and you're ready to turn your plain boards into works of art? Great choice! Installing a cornhole wrap might seem a bit daunting, but with the right techniques and a little patience, you'll have your boards looking sleek and stylish in no time. Get ready to dive into the world of DIY cornhole wrap installation with our step-by-step guide.
What You'll Need
Before we get started, make sure you have these essentials on hand:
- Cornhole Boards: Of course, the stars of the show!
- Cornhole Wraps: The eye-catching graphics that will make your boards pop.
- Squeegee: A tool for smoothing out the wrap and removing air bubbles.
- Heat Gun or Hair Dryer: For making the wrap more pliable during installation.
- Masking Tape: To help with positioning and alignment.
- Ruler or Measuring Tape: For precise placement.
Step 1: Preparation
Clean the Boards: Before anything else, ensure your boards are clean and free of dirt or debris. A clean surface is crucial for a smooth application.
Gather Your Tools: Have your squeegee, heat gun/hair dryer, masking tape, and ruler ready.
Step 2: Positioning and Alignment
Align the Wrap: Place the wrap on the board, aligning it according to your preferred position. Use masking tape to secure one edge of the wrap to the board.
Check Alignment: Step back and make sure the wrap is properly aligned. You might want to check the design's orientation, especially if it's directional.
Step 3: Application
Start Squeegeeing: Starting from the taped edge, slowly peel off the backing of the wrap while gently squeegeeing the wrap onto the board. Use the squeegee to smooth out the wrap and push out any air bubbles.
Heat and Stretch: As you move along, use a heat gun or hair dryer to warm the wrap. This makes it more pliable and helps with conforming to the contours of the board.
Step 4: Fine-Tuning
Trim Excess: Once the wrap is fully applied, use a sharp knife or blade to trim the excess wrap along the edges of the board. Take your time to get clean cuts.
Final Squeegeeing: Go over the entire wrap once more with the squeegee, paying extra attention to edges and corners.
Step 5: Admire Your Work
Congratulations! You've successfully installed a cornhole wrap. Stand back and admire the transformation – your boards are now ready to steal the spotlight at every game!
Remember, practice makes perfect. If it's your first time installing a wrap, don't be discouraged if it's not flawless right away. With a bit of practice, you'll master the art of wrap installation and have boards that are the envy of every cornhole player.
For a visual guide, check out this helpful installation video to see the process in action. And if you're ready to explore a variety of stunning cornhole wraps, visit us at https://www.rippergraphics.com for a range of options that will take your cornhole game to the next level!
We usually ship our stock wraps within 24 business hours. Custom wraps usually ship within 24 business hours after the design is approved. Direct printed products usually ship in 1 - 1.5 weeks.