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United States American Flag Sticker Die Cut Decal Usa Car/truck Window Decal. on 2040-parts.com

US $6.99
Location:

Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Condition:New with tags Brand:vinyldecalking Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Material:Oracal 651 Vinyl

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PRODUCT FEATURES:
This unique  decal and sticker  is professionally-designed.


Size: small approximately 6x4 inches
         Medium approximately 9x5.5 inches
         Large approximately 12x7.5 inches 

Oracal 651 Vinyl rated to last 6 years outdoors

Good for laptops, car windows, lockers, and other smooth surfaces.

 


• Easy application.
• Dustproof, Waterproof, Oilproof. 
• Super-thin(0.09mm) 
• Die-cut not ink
• Can be removed and leaves no sticky residue, will not damage window surface
• Decal comes with full installation instructions.
• Printed on the best vinyl material (ORACAL 651)  long lasting and never fades. 

Vinyldecalking
*****************************HOW TO USE********************************** 
1. Clean your surface.
2. Peel off the backing paper, carefully position the decal on your clean surface.
3. Use a credit card to press the decal firmly down.
4. Slowly peel off the adhesive paper  until the whole decal is done.

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