Do not touch the adhesive backing of the decal, oils from your skin will prevent sticking.
When you first receive your decal: If the graphic(s) release with difficulty from the white/blue wax paper backing, rub the top of the decal with a credit/debit card. This step helps break the bond between the graphic and the wax paper.
- Clean the surface area.
- Hold the decal with the graphic facing you, now from any corner, peel the transfer tape off of the decal. Now you should be holding a graphic fully adhered to the transfer tape.
- Carefully position the decal to the desired area. You cannot move your decal once it is placed
- Rub the decal starting from the center working out to the sides of the decal, eliminating any air bubbles.
- Use your fingers to make sure the entire decal is fully adhered to the surface.
- Wait 10-15 minutes before removing clear transparent transfer tape.
- Now slowly remove the transfer tape, peeling it at 180º against itself.
- Check for air bubbles. In most cases air bubbles can be worked to the edge of the decal, if not, a pin hole will allow the air out and become virtually invisible.
- If your decal(s) do not want to release from the wax paper backing, then repeat rubbing over the back of them with a plastic card. Repeat this step until your decal(s) release with ease.
- Do not touch the adhesive backing of the decal, oils from your skin will prevent sticking.
- Always peel the transfer tape at a 180 degree angle.
- Do not apply on extreme cold or hot Surfaces. Ideal temperature must be between 60°F & 90°F.
- Don’t apply decal(s) in direct sunlight
RECOMMENDED Application Surface Areas:
- Cellphone and/or Cellphone Cases
- Coffee Mugs
- Flat Surfaces that are smooth
- Fiberglass (must be painted with a smooth, glossy enamel)
- Metals (must be painted with a smooth, glossy enamel)
- Painted Surfaces (paint must be smooth and glossy, vinyl will not stick to oxidized, faded, or peeling paint)
- Wood (must be painted with a smooth, glossy enamel)
NOT RECOMMENDED Application Surface Areas:
- Oily Surfaces
- Oxidized or faded paint
- Peeling paint
- Raw Lumber
- Raw Metals