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Stencil Ease Parking Lot Numbering System | How to Stencil Parking Lot Numbers
Introducing the Stencil Ease Parking Lot Numbering System!
Traditional parking lot stencils give you very little protection from overspray, but with our two-, three-, or four-digit holders you can increase your coverage area by two inches or more.
For those parking lots with one hundred or more spaces, adding a third number can be cumbersome and time-consuming. The third digit often needs to be painted separately to avoid overlapping or oversized gaps between numbers.
With our three-digit holder, quick and easy alignment of your numbers is a snap!
And our grooved holder design prevents bleeding during painting.
Flip the holder so the groove is facing up.
Next, turn the third digit upside down and secure into position using Frog Tape painter’s tape.
With your two-digit stencils in place and properly aligned, simply place the holder over the first two numbers and begin painting.
Once you finish with the first parking space, simply grab the holder and move to the next stencil.
For smaller projects, we offer a two-digit holder.
Have more than 999 spaces? Or does your numbering system include letters? No problem! We also offer a four-digit holder and a full selection of alphabet stencils.
For larger jobs, additional holders are relatively inexpensive. We also sell a variety of accessories, such as the Krylon Inverted Marking Wand 12 inch Spotter used in this tutorial.
All our parking space stencils are available in super durable 1/8th inch and 1/16th inch LLDPE plastic.
Our stencil material is tough, flexible, lays flat, lasts for hundreds of uses, and is easy to clean.
For more information, visit StencilEase.com today!