Cut vinyl lettering is a process in which letters, logos, or other art work are first printed then “kiss cut” down to the liner of the vinyl pressure sensitive material. Then the waste material is removed and the resulting product is laminated with a pre-mask lining material. This process holds the letters into position. With cut vinyl letters the only thing being applied to the finished surface are the letters themselves, leaving no concern for irregularity in appearance due to trapped air or adhesive clouding. This method is typically used to mark large areas such as store front windows, vehicles, large-scale equipment, or the sides of shipping trailers.