How to Apply
1. When you open your packet of wall stickers, you will find the designs printed onto a pre-cut liner (just like a packet of normal stickers)
The sheets maybe slightly creased upon removal from their packaging. These sheets will flatten out naturally over a short period of time: simply unfold them and place them on a table or floor. To flatten out a sheet quickly, or repair a creased decal, place it beneath a flat, heavy surface (like a large book) for a few hours.
(Remember to save your liners! if you want to take down your wall stickers for an extended period of time, placing them back on the liner will keep them sticky and ready to re-apply whenever you’re ready to decorate again)
2. Clean the wall and make sure it is dry and free of dust or dirt. Freshly painted walls should be allowed to “cure” for 10-15 days prior to applying any wall stickers.
We do not recommend applying our wall stickers to ”orange peel“ textured walls, wallpaper or delicate surfaces. Our wall stickers will not work well on brick, cinder block, or other porous surfaces.
Incredibly easy, just simply 'peel and stick'. If peeling an oddly-shaped design or a giant wall decal (in multiple pieces), try to start with the largest end or piece first. And remember to go slowly: if you pull too hard or too fast, you might rip the design!
(As a general rule, it’s always best to test your wall stickers in an inconspicuous area before applying. If the surface is textured, wet, dusty, or dirty, performance could be seriously diminished)
Removing bubbles: Make sure you start from one side or the top of each element. Keep the rest of the element away from the wall or surface. Slowly go down over the design with your hand and smooth the element onto the surface, pressing out any bubbles as you go. Once applied, you should be able to move any remaining bubbles out by pressing/smoothing them out of the element. If the problem persists, you can punch a tiny hole with a pin to push the air out, or simply remove and re-apply.
Placing in bathroom or kitchen: They can be applied to tiles and shower walls as long as the surface is clean and completely dry during installation. Always make sure to smooth out the wall sticker so water cannot get behind the design. Do not apply wall stickers to the inside of a bath or overlap on any grout, as water could filter beneath and compromise the adhesive. When cleaning the bathroom, take care to avoid spraying chemicals on or near your wall stickers. Direct contact to cleaning products can cause bubbling, running, or streaking.
In a sticky mess: When you're applying a wall sticker (especially our larger designs), be very careful to keep the decal from sticking to itself, or sticking to another piece. If this does happen, though, don't panic! Slowly pull the decal apart. With a little patience and a steady hand, you'll be back to normal in no time.
Simply peel them off the wall. That's it! Once removed, you can use your wall art in a totally new location, or just save them again for the future.