The MarksWright™ Dry Rub On Sticker Decal Transfer Difference

A MarksWright™ Rub on Sticker Decal Transfers is not a Vinyl Sticker decal. A MarksWright™ transfer is capable of tiny text and detail a Vinyl Cut Decal can not achieve and no transfer tape is required. The 2–5 Mil thickness of a Vinyl Cut decal is apparent when applied but a MarksWright™ transfer is super thin and looks like it is printed to the surface image.

A MarksWright™ Dry Rub on Decal Transfer is not a Waterslide Decal. Unlike a Waterslide Decal, there is no clear film, or no need for water or other liquid to apply the rub on transfer. MarksWright™ transfers have a far superior opacity of even the rare few waterslide decals that are semi opaque.

A MarksWright™ Dry Rub on Decal Transfer is not an InkJet, Laser Printer or other type of Do It Yourself transfer. Generally, these DIY rub on transfers are not opaque and typically have problems achieving a consistent reliable result in their appearance, quality and ability to transfer.

Additional info on the differences coming soon.


What is The MarksWright™ System

There are now many very different types of decals being referred to as rub on transfers. The performance, attributes, appropriate use,  quality, and repeatability vary greatly. Some decals have been used commercially for many years and others may only be appropriate for short-term, occasional, or noncommercial use.  All systems have their Pros & Cons and their finished product indicated use. The goal of the MarksWright™ system is to define the type, attributes, specifications and indicated use of a MarksWright™  Dry Rub-On Sticker Decal Transfer. Only a certified MarksWright™ licensee may produce or offer a MarksWright™ Dry Rub-On Sticker Decal Transfers.


How did the MarksWright™ system develop?

The MarksWright™ system has been developed by identifying and understanding the properties and interaction of all the various components and how they affect the performance and shelf life of the finished product. Components were optimized, proprietary blends formulated, and unique materials introduced. Production technics underwent scrutiny to determine the best technics to obtain the greatest repeatable results with the widest reproducible range.