United States American Flag Sticker Die Cut Decal Usa Car/truck Window Decal. on 2040-parts.com
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Condition:New with tags
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. *****************************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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