Be a voice for horses whilst simply going about your day. By stenciling your car, wherever you go, you take your message of truth and kindness with you.
Let people know you do not accept animal cruelty. Drive it loud and proud.
It’s easy. Watch this video.
Small Size 40cm X 20cm $11
Large Size 80cm X 20cm $15
Price includes shipping across Australia
AND! We will send you a free large bumper sticker with every order.
In addition to the stencil, you will need to purchase either a plastic type spray paint like Plastidip available from most auto shops like Autobarn and Supercheap Auto. Or purchase online here.
Alternatively, you can buy spray chalk from Villain, 78 Johnston Street, Fitzroy (for those in Melbourne). Or online here.
Acrylic or marking paint is available at Bunnings.
A quick google search will help you find many other suppliers across the country.
One can will do up to 4-6 large stencils so why not get a few friends together to share the cost and spread the message even further.
- Clean the glass properly and ensure the surface is free of dust before applying the stencil
- Ensure the stencil is placed as flat as possible on the glass by attaching with an adhesive tape
- To minimise bleeding, apply light coats multiple times and reapply when touch dry (normally just a minute or two)
- If you are using a different colour to highlight “kills’ (see photos), spray paint white underneath first
- If there is any overspray or bleeding, allow to dry and remove either with a blade scraper or by rubbing.
Q. How long will the stencil last?
A. If you use Plastilid, it will last indefinitely though it depends on the preparation. Chalk paint will deteriorate after a few months.
Q. Is it difficult to remove the stencil?
A. It can be easily removed by vigorously rubbing over the stencil or by scraping with a blade scraper.
You may be tempted to use the stencil on a footpath or light pole as some people already have. CPR understands that using chalk paint that can be removed is not considered graffiti and is not an offence. However, some councils do have by-laws that attract fines if caught.
Though it’s a great way to get the message out there, CPR does not condone any acts of vandalism.