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2 Rv Trailer Dutchmen Aerolite Logo Graphics Decals -1169 on

US $9.99

Hillsdale, Michigan, United States

Hillsdale, Michigan, United States
Condition:New Brand:Decal Manufacturer Part Number:1169

You are purchasing two rv trailer motorcoach Dutchmen graphic decal -1169


2- RV/Auto/Boat Graphics
This sale includes two decals for same side
These decals are not sold as a right and left side pair.
Measurements: 35-3/4" inches across in length x 7-1/4" inches in height. (Measurement is at the thickest point of the decal.)
Colors depicted: White, dark blue, and blue
Decals can be applied to any flat non-porous surface.
Decals are made from Premium Outdoor vinyl made to last 7-8 years

Steps one and two: Unroll and Burnish
Lay your Vinyl Decal on a smooth, hard surface such as a tabletop, wall, or floor. Use a squeegee or a credit card to burnish the transfer tape to the vinyl graphic by rubbing over it with a very hard pressure. Now, flip it over and repeat on the back side. This will adhere the Transfer Tape to the Vinyl Decal well so that the backing paper will remove more easily.

Steps three and four: Position and Secure for the Top Hinge Method
Eyeball where you want to place your vinyl Decal, or use a measuring tape to determine the correct position. Use painter's tape to tack the vinyl decal in place on the top corners. If required, use a bubble level to check that the design is level by placing it on the 1/8" trim line that surrounds your decal. Adjust as necessary. once you have your Vinyl Decal installed on your surface you will not be able to move it to another position, so take the time to double check that your design is level and EXACTLY where you want it to stay!

Run a strip of Painter's tape across the top of the design, with half of the tape on the wall and half of the tape on the front of the decal. This is your "tape hinge". This Top Hinge Method works well for smaller vinyl decals (under 2") that can be applied by one person.

Step five and six: Flip, Remove, and Roll
Flip the decal up (like opening a door) and carefully peel the Backing Paper off from the hinged edge. Pull the Backing Paper back slowly at a 180-degree angle, using the flat of your hand to push the vinyl down onto the Transfer Tape as you slide the Backing Paper off. Avoid touching the adhesive on the Vinyl Decal if you can. If the decal wants to come with the Backing Paper, simply roll backward a bit and push the decal back down onto the Transfer Tape using the flat edge of your fingers while you pull back.

Once the Backing Paper is removed, slowly roll the Vinyl Decal down on the surface from the hinged edge. Use the Squeegee or the palm of your hand to smooth and secure the decal from the center outward.

Step Seven and Eight: Burnish and Peel
Use the squeegee to burnish the Vinyl Decal securely to the wall or surface with the Transfer Tape still in place. Slowly peel back the Transfer Tape form the top down, again at a 180-degree angle, taking care that the Vinyl Decal stays securely on the wall.


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For customers in Michigan(MI), applicable 6% sales tax will be applied during checkout.


We ship within 1 business day, orders on saturday/sunday will be shipped on Monday.
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