April 11, 2017
Die cut vinyl decals look amazing but can confuse people who are used to just peeling a sticker and slapping it on. Here are some easy steps to get it right the first time.
These are small decals and you should’t get bubbles. You can squeeze bubbles out that are close enough to the side of the decal with your finger. If you managed to get one bubble in the middle of the decal, wait for a hot sunny day, use a pin and lightly put a hole in it. When it is hot the vinyl is soft and it will adhere back down and stretch back to place like it was never there.
If your OCD is off the chart and you can't stand the thought of getting it wrong, grab a roll of painters tape. Use the tape along one edge of your decal, placing it exactly where you want before actually sticking it to the car. Then raise the decal up and peel the backing surface off while the painters tape keeps the edge right where you left it.