Banners, photo paper, poster paper, and artist canvas typically do not have any adhesive.
Changeable films can be removed without any aids such as heat or chemicals and without leaving adhesive residue.
Repositionable graphics have a low-tack adhesive that leaves no residue and can be reused like “Fat Heads.”
Some semi-permanent films can be removed with the aid of heat only. Others may require chemicals or accessories. These films leave less than 30% adhesive residue that can also be removed. Vehicle wraps are semi-permanent.
Permanent films are not designed to be removed. In some cases they can be removed, but with great difficulty and likely damage to the substrate. If they are removed, they may leave significant adhesive residue. Decals and signage typically use permanent adhesives.
Designed for short-term indoor window or mirror graphics where no adhesion is required. Static cling graphics are repositionable and reusable.
Magnetic signs and decals can be “stuck” to any ferrous material and moved.