How long does a decal last?
Decals are made from premium outdoor vinyl - which means they have a life expectancy of 7 years. However, this varies by where the decal is placed. Decals that are handled a lot (keychains, phones, notebooks) will begin to peel quicker than a decal that it on a glass window of a car.
Can I wash items with decals on them in the dishwasher?
It is not recommended to wash items with decals in the dishwasher. They heat and pressure can cause the decal to bubble and peel. Please hand wash only.
Can I put decals on my wall?
No - standard decals will peel the paint on walls. If you're interested in a wall decal please contact us and we can order a vinyl that is appropriate for use on walls.
Where can I place decals?
Decals can adhere to most solid surfaces! Many people choose to put their decals on phones, car windows, cups, notebooks, and laptops. Other surfaces people have applied decals to are canvases, cornhole boards, and more! The options are (almost) limitless!
1) Do not apply in extreme heat or cold. Recommended temperature is 50-80 degrees Fahrenheit.
2) Clean surface where you will apply decal with soap and water or rubbing alcohol and let dry.
3) Rub over entire decal with something like a squeegee or credit card. This will make sure that the transfer (clear) paper is adhered to your decal.
4) Slowly peel transfer (clear) material from the paper backing. In most situations the paper back in is white although it can occasionally be light blue. Your decal should peel up with the transfer material.
5) Place the transfer material and decal as desired on surface. Rub over the entire surface with a squeegee or credit car moving from the inside outwards to remove any air bubbles.
6) SLOWLY and gently peel the clear material away from the decal. The decal should have adhered to your desired surface. If it has not, leave the transfer material on for 24 hours to cure. Some surfaces may take a little more coaxing and you can use a hair dryer to help get the decal to stick.