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  1. What is the difference between "In Stock", "Semi-Stock", "Catalog", and "Custom" Badges? In Stock Badges: In stock badges are pre-made in volume.  These badges are "what you see is what you get", you can't make any changes to any lettering or center seals.  Most "In-Stock" badges come in silver and gold only.  These badges generally ship the same day. Semi-Stock ...
  2. Can our Agency get a custom Smith & Warren Center Seal? A custom designed center seal by EPoliceSupply is a great way to enhance the design and security of your badge. Whether you want to highlight a local landmark, showcase your official seal or promote a distinctive logo, our in-house design team can create a truly unique center seal for your ...
  3. I need warranty work done on my Smith & Warren badge, what do I do? Your Smith & Warren badge is warrantied for life.  Please send your badge back via some trackable way and describe your issue in detail.  Make sure to include your return shipping address.  You will see the repair form below for information you should include.Smith & ...
  4. Blackinton Finishes Nickel Plate is a hot nickel solution applied by the electroplating process to the polished base metal of a badge. It is silver in color and has a fair degree of hardness. Nickel plate will sometimes lose some of its luster with age.   Rhodium Plate, an element within the platinum metal ...
  5. Smith & Warren Finishes Nickel Electroplate The most economical silver tone finish, a hard layer of nickel electroplate provides a high degree of durability without a high price, but may lose some luster with age.   Rhodium Electroplate is a bright and brilliant silver tone finish that will not tarnish; a great ...
  6. Attachments Pin & Safety: This is the most common attachment, and is required if you will be wearing it on a shirt.  You can also use this attachment for all leather as well. Wallet Clip: This is a good attachment choice is if your badge will be used exclusive in leather.  We do recommend a ...
  7. Font Types The most common font is BLOCK and is used in 90% of the badges in the USA.  Please see the image below for examples of BLOCK and ROMAN fonts:
  8. What is "Badge Back"? Shell Back: This is a standard backing for most badges.  Its is the lightest weight, and is recommended for pin back attachments. Solid Back: This is an optional backing, and is recommended for wallet clip attachments. This is not available for all badges, and will show up as an option if ...
  9. How do I care for my badge? Wash Occasionally with a Mild Soap ​It takes very little time and effort to care for a badge. To preserve the beauty and luster of your badge wash it occasionally with a mild soap and warm water. Then, dry with a clean, soft cloth. It is imperative, that under no circumstances, should you ...
  10. How to Clean a Badge Wash Occasionally with a Mild Soap ​It takes very little time and effort to care for your badge. To preserve the beauty and luster of your badge wash it occasionally with a mild soap and warm water. Then, dry with a clean, soft cloth. It is imperative, that under no circumstances, should ...

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