VINYL APPLICATION TIPS
Think of your vinyl lettering sheet in 3D ...
Your vinyl arrives as a pre-spaced sheet of letters made up of three layers ... (1) the top layer - or
transfer tape (through which you can see the letters) (2) the middle layer - which are the letters
themselves and (3) the bottom layer - or white/blue shiny backing paper.
POSITION YOUR LETTERS
Position your vinyl sheet on the wall, centering the letters,
and securing it with masking or painting tape. (The tape
acts as a hinge for the project.) You can see the lettering
through its semi-transparent top layer.
REMOVE THE BACKING
Flip the lettering sheet upward and slowly peel off the
bottom layer. Let the lettering rest on the semi-transparent
top layer. (If the lettering wants to stick to the backing,
slowly manipulate the backing to help the letters stick to
the top layer.)
RUB THE LETTERS ONTO WALL
Use some kind of hard but gentle edge like a large tongue
depressor, wide popsicle stick, or plastic scraper, and firmly
rub over the semi-transparent top layer to secure the
lettering to your wall. Work from the center out on both sides
letting the edger act as a squeegee over the lettering.
PEEL OFF THE TRANSFER TAPE
Then, carefully peel off the sticky top layer to reveal your
REMOVAL: When it comes time to remove your vinyl
letters, remember that the heat of a blow dryer will
soften the vinyl and make it easier to peel off.
If there are any questions or concerns whatsoever, please contact us.
We want you to be absolutely delighted with your vinyl lettering!
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