An engraved sign can look eye catching over the front door of your business or in the window of your storefront, but engraving isn't just for your main business sign. You may also want to integrate laser engraved products into your business in other ways. Check out the following ideas.
1. Stone Door Stopper
The engraved sign in your window may encourage people to stop, but the engraved stone door stopper holding open your door is what really invites them inside.
If you own a business that relies on local customers and clients, you need to ensure you're advertising that business. Thinking that you'll have lots of walk-in clientele can be a mistake, no matter your location, while advertising that business will ensure that you are getting all traffic possible through your front door. Since most business owners are on a tight budget, note a few free or low-cost ways of advertising your local business so you can increase foot traffic and improve your overall bottom line.
If you have a business, signage is one of the most important aspects to consider. In years past, offset printing has been the conventional option for different signage needs ranging from vehicle signs, retail signs and more. However, with the advent of digital printing, more and more businesses are opting for this alternative and gravitating away from traditional offset signage. If you are not sure about whether you should make the switch, you should consider the advantages that digital printing affords you.
If you participate in sports or you like to run races, you probably have started collecting award medals. These medals might be hanging on a lamp in your bedroom or piling up on your desk with no real organization. However, there are some fun and creative ways to display them, while also keeping them from collecting dust. Here are some different ways to display your award medals.
Hang Up a Curtain Rod
Bronze is a copper alloy; therefore, when exposed to the elements it will naturally oxidise and form a green surface. While aged bronze is a style in itself, you may prefer to retain the pristine, shiny appearance your plaque originally had when you bought it.
This simple cleaning process will restore even the most weathered bronze plaques.
Remove the plaque from its mount (if it has one). Use a cotton cloth to wipe off any loose dirt or debris.