Frequent Asked Questions
How are graphics made?
How long do the graphics last once applied, do they fade, peel?
Will I be able to fit the graphic(s) you supply?
Can the graphics be removed once applied?
How long will I have to wait for delivery, how much does it cost?
Can CutRiteFX.com make a kit I have designed?
Do you ship internationally?
How can I pay online using my credit card?
How do I know what size to order?
What happens if I open my box and I was only shipped one side?
1.How are graphics made?
All of our vehicle graphics are made using a quality 6 year vinyl. We buy in large quantities direct from the manufacturer giving us the power to sell quality vehicle graphics at affordable prices.
At CutRiteFX.com we use advanced CAD software to produce stunning graphics "on-screen" before they are eventually cut into a physical form by our vinyl cutters/plotters.
Once the vinyl has been cut into the desired shape a process called "weeding" must take place to remove all of the unwanted vinyl from around the initial graphic that we require. Then a backing sheet is added (application paper) for protection and to adhere to successful installation.
2.How long do the graphics last once applied, do they fade, peel?
The materials we use to create your vehicle graphics have a minimum indoor/outdoor lifespan of 6 years. Gold and Silver are 4 years. In this time they will certainly not fade in color or peel at the corners. Our graphics are also weatherproof and perform well in the extremes of nature.
3.Will I be able to install the graphic(s) you supply?
We are confident that the majority of individuals will be able to install our graphics. If you can count to 10 without using your fingers, then you have no worries.
This is due to our unique "easy fit" system that enables graphics to be fitted no matter of their size or complexity, details of which are supplied with all of our products.
We want you to achieve great results and tell everyone where you bought your graphics!
4.Can the graphics be removed once applied?
Vinyl can be removed with ease once direct heat is applied. Good tools for this include hair dryers or heat guns. Vinyl will only "come off" the vehicle once a physical peeling action is applied, it has to be pulled off, but this happens easily.
5.How long will I have to wait for delivery, how much does it cost?
As soon as we receive your order, it will normally be processed and dispatched within 24hrs. On average 3-5 working days. And for and up to 14 working days for International. All shipping in the US is 9.99
6.Can CutRiteFX.com make a kit I have designed?
Yes, we can make a kit that you have designed. Simply call and tell us your ideas or you can e-mail an image to us along with a description of how you would like the graphic to be designed. We will make your design and then send you a proof copy for your approval before cutting. If you approve the graphic we will cut it and send it to you. Easy!
7.Do you ship internationally?
Yes we do. See Shipping and Returns for postal fees.
8.How can I pay online using my credit card?
Paying for your goods online is easy and very secure. For credit card payments we use either PayPal (recognized globally) or 2Checkout. These services are what's known as Internet Payment Processors and handle your financial information in a strictly confidential manner and simply transfer your payment to us.
9.How do I know what size to order?
You can measure out the area where you would like the graphic to fit. Here is an example photo where to measure if you were installing a standard side body graphic.
10.What happens if I open my box and I was only shipped one side?
This is virtually impossible as all of the graphics are cut from one sheet together. They are then taped up and rolled up right there on the spot. The only way this would happen is if someone opened the box before you. Also we know that it has been correctly shipped as ALL items are put on a scale right after being boxed to be processed for shipping. So if you graphic left our shop at the correct weight we know that all items are in the box.
Last updated 12/4/2012