Storing Seasonal Vinyl Window Clings?

Would like info as to how to store seasonal vinyl window clings. So far, I've found that they don't store well and tend to curl up.

By Cathren from central IL

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January 17, 20111 found this helpful

All I ever do is take a set and stack them on top of each other and lay them flat in the bottom of a drawer. This works real well for me.

January 18, 20110 found this helpful

You might like trying some top loading sheet protectors that are used in 3 ring binders if the window clings aren't to large.

January 18, 20112 found this helpful

I've been storing mine for about 7 years wrapped around an empty paper towel tube secured by a rubber band. (In an attic that's cold in the winter and hot in the summer!)

January 19, 20110 found this helpful

I store mine in between my mattress and box springs. Keeps them nice and flat!

January 27, 20112 found this helpful

I put mine in one of those photo albums that have the clear covering that you lift up to put the pics in and seal back down.

April 25, 20190 found this helpful

The best thing to do is to cut around the vinyl sticker before peeling them off. Then you have the original shape to stick it back onto.

March 26, 20230 found this helpful

Looking for a book to store my vinyl clings. I have 3 & need another. Mine store very well.


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October 12, 2012

My children and now my granddaughter love window clings. But when they were removed from the window they always folded and were more difficult if not impossible to reuse. I began to put them between the pages of a book between uses. I found this kept the clings nice and straight.


By susan from Houston, PA



October 14, 20120 found this helpful

I put the clings between saran wrap then store them someplace flat. Sometimes I store them between the mattress and box springs on a bed or in a large size book or magazine.

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