I Have Limited Mobility Communication Vinyl Stickers Set of 2

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PLEASE NOTE: These MAY not be suitable for immersion in water. I have spoken to my manufacturer after receiving a comment from a customer saying that they washed off of her water bottle.

Introducing the "I HAVE LIMITED MOBILITY" Vinyl Stickers! These communication vinyl stickers, based on our incredibly popular pins, offer a powerful way to express your unique circumstances.

With each purchase, you receive a set of two stickers, providing you with both sizes for added convenience. The larger sticker measures 0.66 inches in height and 3 inches in length, while the smaller one measures 0.44 inches in height and 2 inches in length. This allows you to choose the sticker that suits your preference or place them in different locations for maximum visibility.

Please note that once the sticker is removed from the backing, the black border surrounding the design may decrease in size. This intentional design feature ensures that the main message remains clear and easy to read.

Crafted from high-quality vinyl, these stickers are durable and built to withstand various environments. The adhesive backing ensures a strong and secure attachment to surfaces such as wheelchairs, mobility aids, laptops, and more. By proudly displaying these stickers, you can raise awareness about limited mobility and foster inclusivity in your community.

The "I HAVE LIMITED MOBILITY" Vinyl Stickers act as a visual representation of your unique circumstances, enabling you to communicate your situation to others. These stickers not only create awareness but also encourage meaningful conversations and promote understanding of the challenges faced by individuals with limited mobility.

Join the movement of individuals who use these stickers to amplify their voices and advocate for inclusivity. Order your set of "I HAVE LIMITED MOBILITY" Vinyl Stickers today and proudly share your circumstances. Let these stickers spark conversations, break down barriers, and contribute to a more accessible and inclusive world where limited mobility is understood and accommodated.