Custom Rear Window Graphics

  • Create your own rear window graphic decal for your vehicle
  • No vision interference – you can still see out the back while driving
  • Measure the longest & highest points of the window for a perfect fit
  • Easy installation – apply the decal and cut off any excess
  • Printed with UV Latex inks for ultimate fade-resistance
  • Decal is better with a flat window, than a curved
  • Do not use rear wipers when decal is installed

$ 27.00
Total price $ 27.00
  • Available
  • Production time : 2 Days

Rear window graphics (also known as perforated car window decals) are specialized decals designed for the use on the rear and side windows of your vehicle. These decals are made using perforated vinyl, meaning that tiny holes called micro punctures are punctured into 50% of the material. This allows the design on the decal to be visible from the outside and see-through from the inside. Using rear window graphics is a great way to advertise your business or show off a custom design while still maintaining clear visibility when looking out your vehicle’s windows.

Custom rear window graphics are commonly used to cover the entire rear or side windows on cars, trucks, jeeps, vans, commercial vehicles, semi trucks, and any other type of vehicle that has windows.

Easy to Install:
No need to pay for professional installation. Install your perforated window decal on your car or truck in a matter of minutes

Vibrant/High Quality Colors:
Your custom design will be printed onto perforated vinyl material using world-class printers. Premium Latex ink is used with an advanced four-color process, designed to leave your graphic’s colors looking vibrant for several years.

Wide Range of Sizes:
You can order your rear window graphic in just about any size you can think of, making sure you get the perfect size and only pay for the material you need.

Adheres to Outside of Window
Applying your car window sign to the outside of the window ensures that your message will be seen and will not be washed out by window glare, tint, or dirt. It is also specifically made to withstand outdoor use.


One-Way Vision
Using rear window graphics and signs is one of the most effective and safe ways to advertise your products, services, or business on your vehicle. When using other decals, they tend to obstruct vision and can even lead to unsafe driving. Rear window graphics allow you to display large messages and still maintain full visibility of your surroundings.


 Selecting the Best Size and Design for Your Perforated Car Decal

  1. When measuring the size of your car or truck window, be sure to measure the largest width and height to ensure that your sign will cover all areas of the window.
  2. Order your graphic 2” wider and higher than the length of your window. This allows room for trimming and will ensure that you order a size large enough to cover the entire window. For example, if your window is 50” x 20” order a decal that is 52” x 22”.
  3. When designing your custom rear window graphic, place your design/image/graphic in the center of the decal to make sure it will not be affected by trimming.
  4. In order to maximize the visibility of your decal, be sure to use as much contrast as possible between the background color and your design. For example, if you use a light background with a light design or lettering it may be difficult for others to see. Or if your decal is very dark and is placed on any sort of tinted window it may appear washed out. Thus, design and intended surfaces should be considered when creating your graphic.

Perforated Vehicle Decals Installation
Installing your rear window graphic is a simple and straightforward process that does not require any professional help. A set of instructions will be included with your order to assist you.

  1. Clean your car window, removing all dirt and grime from the surface. Allow the window to fully air dry before proceeding.
  2. Lay out your decal on your vehicle’s window with the backing still on and make sure it is aligned properly and that you’ve ordered the correct size.
  3. Pull the decal away from the window and remove the backing, exposingthe black adhesive side of the decal. If the backing appears to be tearingwhen removing it, this may be because you are not removing all layers ofthe backing. When removing the backing, you should be able to see theback of the graphic, which is black.
  4. Place the graphic back onto your vehicle’s window, making sure it is aligned with the markings made previously. Begin to apply to the window, using a squeegee* or flat edge. Start from the center of the graphic and work your way towards the outer corners.*Available for purchase with your rear window decal.
  5. Once you have applied the entire decal to your window, remove the excess ma-terial around the edges using a razor blade. Be sure to use caution when doing this to avoid damaging your vehicle’s window or paint.