Where can I apply my decals?
You can place them on any smooth, flat, finished surface. This includes windows, bathrooms, doors, mirrors, whiteboards, furniture, lockers, laptops, iPads..
Bathroom – Yes! As long as the decals are pressed firmly to your tub, tile, or walls, they will be unaffected by steam, humidity, and even direct moisture.
Furniture – Yes, wall decals can be placed on furniture, but Do NOT apply wall decals to lacquered furniture.
Car – Yes! But, exposure to extreme temperatures may cause the decals to become brittle. However, rain and snow will not affect a decal that is properly applied to either the windshield or bumper.
Where shouldn’t I apply my decals?
Rugs, fabrics, clothing, other textiles, brick, cinder block, or other porous surfaces.
Also avoid the application on lacquered furniture, as well as any surface regularly exposed to extreme heat or cold, since this can cause the decals to become chipped, brittle, or difficult to remove.
Newly painted room – We recommend a 3 week wait between painting and the application of wall decals. Nothing wrecks a wall decal faster than fresh paint. Even if paint feels dry to the touch, it takes a very long time-sometimes several weeks. If applied before the paint is completely dried, they may curl, peel, or fall off entirely. It may take some of your paint with it. As a general rule, Do NOT apply wall decals on freshly painted or papered walls. Let paint or wallpaper dry for at least 3 weeks.
How To Apply – it’s simple. Just peel and stick! Your wall sticker sheets may also include numbers (depending on the complexity of the design) next to each cut out wall decal to help guide you to build your decal and know which sticker to place on the wall first, second, third and so on.
Expected Finished Size: 73″ x 42″ / 185 x 106cm (DIY Free Size)
Easy to install. Just peel and stick.
Applies to any smooth surface – walls, glasses, tiles
Removable, repositionable, and reusable without sticky residue or damage
Simple way to decorate Baby and Kids Nursery, interior walls or windows of home, bathroom, office, dorm, or store