Sail numbers - mixed pack

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Sail numbers - mixed pack. Sail numbers 105 mm x 70 mm.


A pair of two digit numbers (four digits) will be sufficient to mark ONE SAIL. You will need TWO pairs of two digit numbers (eight digits) to mark ONE SUIT of sails.


Packs of 10 numbers all the same are also available - please see ref. NUM-PACK.


'1's for adding in front of a 2 digit number - use this product page a second time and specify '1' for both digits or go to product NUM-PACK and buy a pack of 10 x '1's.

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Sail numbers - mixed pack. Sail numbers 105 mm x 70 mm.

A pair of two digit numbers is needed to mark one SAIL. Choose the number of SAILS that you need to mark.

Packs of 10 numbers all the same are also available and are supplied if you choose to mark 5 or 10 SAILS.

Application of all marks in made easier by using the special applicator sheet, SAILSetc ref. APP. This will ensure you place the marks as required without damaging either the marks or the sails.

SAILSetc sail marks are all cut from high quality Polyester material which ensures they expand and contract with heat and moisture at the same rate as the sail they are placed on. Unlike sail marks cut from Vinyl or other materials, these sail marks will not cause disruption to the section shape of your sails.

Downloadable documents: Applicator sheet page

Removing unwanted numbers from sails

Q  How do I remove old sail numbers and letters?
A   Place the sail on a firm flat table top surface and use a solid block of plastic, timber or metal to hold the sail down firmly with one hand while you use your fingernail to peel up a corner or edge of a number. When you have enough to get hold of, pull the number in a direction away from the block, parallel to the table top and close to it. Move the block if necessary so that the pull is always directly away from the block. Pull slowly and there is a greater chance that the adhesive will come away cleanly with the fabric. When the numbers on one side are removed turn the sail over and repeat on the other side. Use alcohol, acetone or methylated spirit to clean off the adhesive residue that remains.

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