All the cool kids are using our adhesive vinyl to make wall decals. Why? Because you can introduce the latest, hippest styles to your home or retail shop quickly and easily. Instead of painting some trendy graphic on your wall, you can design your own decal. Then, when you change your mind and want to switch from metro-trendy to sophisticated classical you can do it without hiring a painter. And if you want to switch back and forth, you can reapply too.
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Why It's Cool: This stuff is low-tack and thick enough to make it easily repositionable. It won’t damage interior paint. The uses are endless.
What It's Made Of: 4 mm opaque vinyl.
How To Use It: Use it on interior walls for advertising or for a quick, temporary solution to boring walls. Change things up and transfer it from your wall to a window seamlessly.
When You Shouldn’t Use It: Unless you want something extremely permanent, there really isn’t time when you shouldn’t use our wall decals . . . except maybe if you have a wall made out of water.
Lifespan: Your decals have a lifespan of 2-3 years.
Shelf Life: Store at room temperature with 50% or less humidity and you can keep it in your storage closet for a year. But why would you want to do that? Get it out and display it proudly!
Print Method: We print using a four-color process with UV ink that provides better protection against fading and abrasion than solvent inks. And it’s better on the environment.
Common Sizes: 12x18, 12x24, 18x12, 18x24, 24x36, 24x48, Custom Size
Water Resistance: Excellent. Bring on the rain, snow and sleet.
Caffeinated Toddler Resistance: If you place your wall decals within reach of caffeinated toddlers and leave the room for a few minutes, you might find your decals re-applied in all kinds of interesting ways.
Stain Resistance: Your opaque decal will resist most petroleum solvents and lower aliphatic alcohols. Also splattered soft drinks, bird droppings and just about anything else you can throw at it.
Face Film: 4.0 mm
What does this mean? If you were to get out your calipers and measure the thickness of your decal, you’d see that it measures 4 millimeters.
Release Liner: 90# Stayflat
What does this mean? You know the paper backing that your decal comes stuck on? This is it. It’s a kind of thick paper so that it won’t wrinkle.
Adhesion: 8-10 oz. per inch
What does this mean? Peel up a tiny corner of your installed decal. Now place an 8 oz weight on it. Leave it for a few days. You’ll come back to find that your whole decal is peeling off. If you don’t do that, your decal will stay perfectly adhered to your wall.
Typical Film Caliper: 4.1-4.5 mm. With Adhesive
What does this mean? It’s just a teeny, tiny bit thicker than the face film (noted above). Really, what’s the difference between 4 mm and 4.5 mm? .5 mm.
Here are a few tips to make installation a breeze:
Here are a few tips to take care of your wall decals: