You should read these instructions all the way through before starting. The surface must be clean, and free of all oils, waxes and dirt. We suggest usin

g Cleaners such as Windex or we recommend 1 part isopropyl alcohol to 5 parts mixture of water. If you use rainx, try formula 409 to remove it. Once the surface has been cleaned take a lint free towel and wipe down any extra liquid. These decals come to you in three layers. The top layer is called transfer tape. It looks somewhat like regular masking tape. The middle layer is the actual decal. The bottom layer is a backing paper that the decal will peel off of once applied to the surface. Since our decals are adhesive based it highly recommendable to apply your decals in a temperature over 55 degrees Fahrenheit, if you are needing to warm up the area a blow dryer or heat gun will work perfectly.

Once the Decal touches the glass or paint, it cannot be moved again!

Appling Small to Medium Decals – Sizes 4" – 8"

1. Place sticker face up on table or hard surface. Use squeegee, credit card or driver's license. Rub over surface. This will ensure the decal will stick to application tape when removing the backing.

2. Clean surface (outside of window) using window cleaner and preferably alcohol. Allow to dry.

3. Leaving the decal face down carefully & slowly remove backing. If some of decal sticks to backing, re-attach and repeat step 1.

4. Apply decal from inward to outward. Once your decal touches the surface it will stick so you will want to ensure your decal is on straight. We suggest you mark the area with a piece of tape or removable marker.

5. With a squeegee, credit card or driver's license, rub once Again. This will ensure decal will stay on window (or surface area applying it to) and all air bubbles have been removed.

6. Carefully remove application tape. Pull the tape back over itself. If bubbles appear, squeeze them out to the edge using a credit card or firm edge squeegee.

Wet Transfer Method: Decals sizes 10" and larger

1. Clean surface (outside of window) using window cleaner or preferably alcohol. Wipe surface with a lint free rag or towel.

2. Have your spray bottle with water only ready.

3. Place decals face down on flat surface and separate the backing paper from the adhesive (side with decal) pull up a corner of the backing tape take a piece of tape and place on the one corner pull the backing paper away from the adhesive (side with decal). Pull the backing paper back directly upon itself at an angle of 180°. As you begin pulling the backing paper back, begin to spray the exposed adhesive (side with decal) with the water using the spray bottle. Be careful to not allow dirt or other contaminants to get on the adhesive (side with decal). Do not let the adhesive touch anything but the glass on which is to be installed.

4. Spray the entire surface of the glass with the water using the spray bottle.

5. Position the decal onto the glass. Beginning in the center and top of the decal, squeegee the wet application fluid and air from underneath the surface of the decal to the right edge of the glass. Now squeegee from the center and top of the decal to the left edge of the glass. Always squeegee the trapped air and water to the nearest edge.

6. Once you have removed the trapped air and the water you want to carefully remove the application tape, pull the tape back over itself. This will leave only your decal on the surface.

7. Carefully take your lint free towel and whip away any water left.

TIP:: If you are have problems removing the transfer tape.. Spray water on it and allow to soak in. The transfer tape has a releasing agent that once the water soaks thru will allow the tape to be easily removed.
The full adhesive strength of the decal will take several hours to several days to adhere, depending on the amount of water that was removed during the squeegee process and on the temperature of the environment in which the glass is stored. Please use caution when handling the glass with the decals applied. Any small air bubbles will work out within a few days up to a week depending on the temperature the warmer the temperatures the faster they will work out and the better the adhesive will stick. If you are still seeing air bubbles you are able to take a fine tip needle and puncher a small hole in the air bubble and carefully ease the air bubble out through the hole.
In colder climates, Decals on windows of vehicles can be damaged by the scraping of frost or ice from the windows. Mild window cleaner may be used to clean the windows without damage to the Decal. On painted surfaces of vehicles, care must be taken when waxing. Wax will build up around the edges of the Decal, and will need to be removed. Use a soft cloth, and take your time, and be gentle. A brush, for example will force the wax underneath the edge of the Decal, and the Decal will begin to peel. The Decal will not be damaged by normal use of automotive car wash products, or water. Although the decals will withstand pressure washers, and automatic car washes, These will reduce the life and appearance of the Decal. The Decals will not last forever, but will give many years of service if taken care of.
Removing Vinyl Decals:
On glass surfaces, with temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees F, a razor blade scraper can be used. Decals can be removed from painted surfaces by using a heat gun or hair dryer to warm the Decal to appoint where it peels off easily. The application of this vinyl Decal requires a degree of dexterity, and concentration. If you feel you cannot apply this Decal yourself, any auto detailer, or body shop can apply it for you. We cannot be responsible for replacing Decals that have been damaged during application.