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Here's how to apply your stickers
Please ensure your hands are clean, and that the surface to be stuck to, is clean and grease free. You can use water or a Window Cleaning product for this i.e. Mr Muscle Window Cleaner.
Do not apply stickers in direct sunlight, or to a hot surface
1. Remove around 1/4 of the sticker from the 'carrier sheet' If the sticker is difficult to peel away, then bend a corner slightly towards you and then away from you. This should release enough for you to peel back. Another way it to use a piece of cellotape on opposite sided of the sticker to enable you to peel away the backing. Having problems removing a Sticker from the backing? Click HERE for a further PDF Instruction Sheet 2. Apply to the prepared area slowly and evenly, pulling the 'carrier sheet' away slowly. 3. Use clean hands to smooth the sticker to the surface 4. Applying your sticker slowly reduces the amount of bubbles appearing If you find bubbles appearing, you can use a sharp pin to prick the bubbles and smooth them out. Unfortunately, some bubbles you will be unable to remove.
Removal of Stickers The best way to remove self-adhesive vinyl is to use heat (although stickers applied to windows will normally peel away nicely) this is a MUST for removing from vehicle bodywork. Either a hairdryer or an heatgun can be used to create temperatures of at least 20 degrees Celsius, but care must be taken not to actually melt the vinyl. It should be heated so that once softened the corner can be lifted enough to start gently peeling back at a 180 degrees angle, and slowly removed. Never pull the film towards yourself at a 90 degree angle, always peel flat along the substrate at a 180 degree angle to prevent damage to the surface underneath. Once the vinyl has been removed it will probably be necessary to remove some residual adhesive. Any residual adhesive can be removed with normal cleaner used for the surface applied to.
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