Installation guide Oversized decals

Required materials

Clean & dry cloth
Painters tape

Ideal surfaces

Smooth, dry and clean surfaces, treated with primer and a minimum of one coat of paint

Please wait a minimum of 15 days before installing on a freshly painted surface

Surfaces to avoid

Dirty, moldy or dusty surfaces

Textured, damaged or peeling surfaces

*it is not recommended to install your mural directly on brick, wood, gypsum, primer or plaster

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Hand with a cloth cleaning the wall.

1. Preparing the surface

The surface must be smooth, clean and dry. You can use a damp cloth to ensure no dust remains on the wall. Ensure that no residue is on the wall, such as drips of dry paint and be sure to well sand any imperfections as they may show through the vinyl.It is important to wait at least 2 weeks after the wall has been painted before installing your mural.

Decal installed on the wall with adhesive tape.

2. Preparing your installation
It is recommended to have two people for the installation.

Visualize where you want to install your decal by placing it on the wall with some masking tape.

Scissors cutting the backing film.

3. Peel the top

When satisfied with the decal’s location, peel off 2 inches at the top of the decal and cut the backing paper. Apply this section to the wall by pressing it lightly with your fingers. When the top of the decal has been applied to the wall, you can remove the masking tape.

Gradual removal of the backing film.

4. Take off the backing

Peel slowly the rest of the backing paper while pressing the decal on the wall so that it may stick to the wall.

Hand finishing the application of the decal.

5. Bubbles

Once all the panels are installed, you can cut away any excess vinyl with your exacto style knife.

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