This compact size periwinkle colored car ribbon magnet fits just about anywhere, and still gets seen.
This 2" x 4" periwinkle color ribbon car magnet is manufactured and printed in the USA. We print on premium quality, super-thick (.030) magnetic material with top quality, UV protected inks.
Let the color alone do the talking with this solid color periwinkle mini ribbon magnet, and the middle pops out for a small second magnet if you like. These solid ribbon magnets also lend themselves well to a little DIY. Use a permanent marker or a smart cutting machine to make a sticker and personalize your magnet with a name or cause.
- 2 inches wide by 4.0 inches tall
- .030 thick magnetized white vinyl base (suitable for indoor or outdoor use)
- UV protected inks to help slow fading in the sun
- Beautiful, deep, glossy colors with process-printed magnets. Detailed, matt-finish colors with digitally printed magnets.
- Most designs are unique SupportStore proprietary art
- Made in the United States of America
Display on your car, SUV, van, truck or any metalic surface except aluminum. Also works great on a metal whiteboard at work, or the fridge at home.
Get creative! The best part about a magnet is that you can put it on, take it off, and move it around.
Simple instructions: Stick on. Pull off.
If outdoors, do remove and clean under your magnet once in a while (weekly is best, but less often is OK too unless you live in a desert where everything gets baked on). Also remember that direct sun will eventually cause color fading on your magnet if you car stays outdoors all day long.
Car wash high pressure sprayers and brushes are known to occasionally keep car magnets as souvenirs. Best to remove before sending your car to the shower, or, just be sure to check before you leave the car wash.
(If ever your magnet gets an attitude and is stubborn about coming off, warm it up a little, or even pour a little water with dishwashing liquid on it and you should win the battle, leaving the surface underneath just fine. We've sold over a million magnets and only heard of this happening a handful of times but we thought we'd mention it anyway).