Our CARGO kits contain three large reflective sticker sheets in different patterns for larger surfaces, so they are perfect for cargo bikes and transport boxes of all kinds.
The arches can be individually disassembled and reassembled, making them adaptable for different frame shapes and geometries, giving you a unique result.
The first step to a successful result is view our tutorial for the product which can be found below. In the enclosed instructions you will also find inspiration on how to cut the sheets to develop your own design language with the individual parts. The Cherokee pattern, for example, is based on a triangular structure that you can mirror and continue to create very special patterns.
Because the same design also comes in a set of reduced shapes, you can complete your work and continue the design in places that have less space. Or you can design your helmet to match the bike.
3 sheets of 60x10cm, weeded and with application foil
The stickers consist of a reflective film from the traffic safety sector, which is used for warning markings, traffic signs and information signs outdoors. The reflective foil meets the requirements of EN12899-1 and is characterized by its durability and absolute resistance to weathering, corrosion and solvents. Temperatures from -50° to +80° Celsius do not affect the material.
The retro reflection is created by tiny glass spheres that are attached to a transparent plastic layer and reflect the light back to the source. The surface is made of alkyd resin, the adhesive is made of solvent polyacrylate. The full reflection properties are guaranteed for at least 7 years.
The printed colors are UV-resistant and scratch-resistant, i.e. no fading due to sunlight or color loss due to weather or everyday stress.
The thickness of the stickers is around 0.1mm.
Area of application for the stickers are smooth solid surfaces.
Textiles or hard foam (Urban Arrow) are not suitable as a substrate.
With the help of a transparent application film, the stickers can be detached from the carrier material and stuck either together or individually as you wish.
The substrate must be dry and free of grease and dirt particles.
The outside temperature when gluing must not fall below 10° Celsius and ideally corresponds to room temperature.
After 1-2 days, the adhesive connects to the substrate until maximum adhesion is reached. Removing the stickers turns out to be a clever fiddling around. When removing, mechanical action helps better than chemicals.
After the stickers have been properly applied, you can sit back and relax. Bad weather doesn't bother them. If it gets dirty, you can wipe the film off with water or commercially available cleaners without hesitation.