MAKE SURE TO MEASURE THE AREA YOU WOULD LIKE TO PLACE YOUR DECAL
Vinyl decals can be applied to MOST clean and smooth surfaces. Decals may not adhere to heavily-textured surfaces, but can stick to lightly textured walls. We do not recommend the application of vinyl decals on surfaces such as brick, stucco, concrete block, suede paints, and sand paints.
Semi-Permanent decals carry a 6-8 year outdoor life as well as a 8-11 year indoor life. They are removable but NOT reusable.
Keep in mind vinyl colors will vary depending on your monitor calibrations. They may not be exact in comparison.
Free digital previews, "Mockups", are messaged to all custom and personalized orders. Production will begin upon approval. We want to make sure you love your design before hand!
HOW DO I APPLY MY DECAL? Simplified application instructions will be mailed with your order. Simplified application instructions are in each decal listings photos. Detailed application instructions are as follows:
*Clean the area thoroughly with rubbing alcohol or soap and water. Do not use windex or similar products because it will leave a residue behind that will prevent the sticker from adhering well.
*Prepare the sticker for application by firmly rubbing a squeegee or credit card across the clear transfer tape. This removes any air bubbles that may have formed and makes the sticker cling to the transfer tape.
*Peel the white paper backing off the sticker. If the sticker clings to the backing, slowly replace the paper backing and repeat Step 2.
*Slowly lower the sticker onto the surface and rub it in place firmly with a squeegee or credit card. For best results, wait 24 hours before moving to the next step. Slowly peel the clear transfer tape off at an angle. Be careful not to pull the sticker off the surface. If sticker pulls away from the surface repeat Step 4.
*Use a pin to poke any air bubbles in the center and push the air out through the hole. *The recommended optimum temperature for applying graphics is 70°F. For best results do not apply a sticker in extreme hot or cold temperatures.