Stop-painting.com Expands Parking Stencil Selection for Traffic Control in Parking Lots

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Stop-painting.com has been a leading supplier of parking lot stencils since 2008, and recently added new designs to their selection. Parking stencils are used to create traffic control markings in parking lots and roads.

"Since we manufacture the heavy duty industrial floor marking tape Superior Mark, our customers were also looking for durable floor stencils to mark safety messages in warehouses," says owner Cliff Lowe.

Handicap parking lot stencils have been one of Stop-painting.com's best sellers for years. Because of the popularity, Stop-painting.com has decided to expand its selection to include a wider variety of stencils, including floor stencils used to mark safety messages on industrial floors.

"Since we manufacture the heavy duty industrial floor marking tape Superior Mark, our customers were also looking for durable floor stencils to mark safety messages in warehouses," says owner Cliff Lowe. A variety of floor stencils were added, bearing commonly used safety messages including Keep Aisles Clear, Watch Out For Forklift, and Eye Protection Area. They also make custom floor stencils based on any graphic or text.

Stop-painting.com holds a patent for traffic marking material, for a technology they developed that involves printing any custom graphics on material that can be adhered to pavement. One popular product that arose from this patented technology is their ADA compliant handicap parking decal. The ADA parking decal is an alternative way to mark paved surfaces with a handicap symbol. Instead of using paint and stencil, the decal uses a peel and stick application, and adheres directly to asphalt.

Stop-painting.com also added sidewalk stencils, which are used to beautify concrete sidewalks with natural brick and stone patterns.

Stop-painting.com is the official ecommerce website for InSite Solutions, LLC. InSite specializes in indoor and outdoor traffic control supplies that increase safety, organization, and efficiency in the workplace.

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