Custom Phone Decal



Decals with Transfer Tape

Your decal comes with transfer tape applied to help you easily install it, if the transfer tape looks wrinkled let it sit at room temperature for a few hours, it'll go back to normal!

Your sticker decal should be applied as soon as possible to prevent application issues(meaning, don't let it sit around for months). Car decals should be applied only to surfaces with temperatures between 10 to 30 degrees Celsius (50 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit) and should be allowed to cure for 24 hours before getting wet.

Part 1: Cleaning


Small Surfaces

For small surfaces you can simply use an alcohol pad that we include in every sticker order. Allow it to dry before applying.

Large Surfaces

Clean the surface where you will be applying the sticker decal with Isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol and a cotton ball or a mixture of water with a teaspoon of dishwasher soap (You don't need the soap unless the surface is Car Paint). Allow it to dry before applying.


Part 2: Application


Small Decals

  1. Completely clean and dry the desired application surface as mentioned above.

  2. Carefully peel the backing paper from the decal at a sharp angle.

  3. Align the decal and press one side of the transfer tape onto the desired surface. Firmly run a credit card across the transfer tape to make sure the decal adheres to the surface.

  4. Slowly peel the transfer tape from the top of the decal. If any part of the decal starts to come up with the tape, bring the transfer tape back in, run over that part of the decal with a credit card and try to peel the tape again.

 

Large Decals - Top Hinge Method

Here we break down how to apply a decal using the Top Hinge Method, this is best used for square sized decals, be careful not to scratch the surface with your credit card, if you have a squeegee please use that instead.

  1. Completely clean and dry the desired application surface as mentioned above.

  2. Align the decal where you would like it to be. Tape it in place using masking tape along the top edge of the transfer tape.

  3. Lift the free end of the decal up and peel the backing paper away from the decal at a sharp angle.

  4. Starting from the top edge of the decal near the masking tape, wipe down over the transfer tape with a credit card. Firmly go over the entire decal surface until it is completely adhered to the surface.

  5. Slowly and carefully peel the transfer tape from the top of the decal. Don’t pull the tape away from the surface. Peel the tape at a sharp angle, so you may press on top of the decal as you peel. If any part of the decal starts to come up with the tape, bring the transfer tape back in, run over that part of the decal with a credit card and try to peel the tape again.

 

Large Decals - Center Hinge Method

Here we break down how to apply a decal using the Center Hinge Method, this is best used for wider decals, be careful not to scratch the surface with your credit card, if you have a squeegee please use that instead.

  1. Completely clean and dry the desired application surface as mentioned above.

  2. Align the decal where you would like it to be. Tape it in place using a piece of masking tape on each corner of the transfer tape.

  3. Once aligned, place a piece of masking tape vertically down the center of the decal, from top to bottom. This will act as a hinge so both the left and right side of the decal can swing away from the surface area.

  4. Remove masking tape from one side of the decal and pull the decal away from the surface area. Peel the backing tape off the half of the decal you are working with, and cut the backing paper off near the center hinge.

  5. Starting from the center edge of the decal near the masking tape, wipe over the transfer tape with a credit card outward from the center. Firmly go over the entire decal surface until it is completely adhered to the surface.

  6. Once the first half of the decal has been applied, remove all the masking tape from the decal. Swing the other half of the decal back from the surface area and peel the backing paper from the decal.

  7. Starting from where the first half of the decal has already been applied, wipe over the transfer tape with a credit card outward toward the edge. Firmly go over the entire decal surface until it is completely adhered to the surface.

  8. Slowly and carefully peel the transfer tape from one end of the decal. Peel the transfer tape at a sharp angle so you can press on the decal as you peel the tape. If any part of the decal starts to come up with the tape, bring the transfer tape back in, run over that part of the decal with a credit card and try to peel the tape again.

 

Removing Vinyl Decals

A razor blade or scraper may be used to remove decals from glass, such as mirrors, car windows, and storefront windows. Do not use a blade or scraping tool on any surface that could be scratched or damaged. For removing decals from the surface of electronic devices, use your fingernail to peel up the edges of the decal, being careful not to scratch the surface.