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This listing is for 2 "got v-max?" die cut decals.
Default color is white unless otherwise specified.
Sizing Each decal measures 2.25" tall (top to bottom) with the width being sized proportionally to the height (See STANDARD WORD SAMPLE below). HOWEVER
no decal will be longer than 8.5" wide (left to right) (See LONG WORD SAMPLE below). So for words that are very lengthy the height will be scaled proportional to the width (8.5"). Basically,
if you have a short word then your sticker will be in range of 4-8" wide with a height of 2.25". If your word is long then the height can range from 1-2.25" tall by 8.5" wide.
ColorsBoth decals must be the same color, if you would like to choose a different color please see the color options below.
To request a color change, prior to or immediately after you have placed an order simply click the "Ask a question" link in the "Seller info" (upper right hand portion of this listing) and make your
color request there. OR when making your payment through
Paypal please note it in the notes/comments text area input field.
QualityAll die cut decals are made from premium 3mm Arlon, Oracal or 3M self-adhesive vinyl, with a minimum outdoor lifespan of 5-7 years! Stickers are computer-cut using a Roland cutter
and are made to order! Any problems? Let us know and we will take care of you!
Custom Got Decals?Sure do! Just name it and we can make it happen. Just click the link in the upper-right-hand corner of this page that says "Ask a question" and make your request there OR click
the link that says "Visit Store" and do a store search for custom.
InstallationPlease follow the instructions below this will help you understand how to properly install this decal as well as answer many questions you may have. If you still have questions or concerns
please feel free to contact us.
Before you begin its good to have either a credit card or squegee handy to help you install this die cut decal but can be done without any tools.
This is what your decal looks like when you first receive it. It consists of 3 components:
- Application tape - the clear component
- Vinyl - white adhesive vinyl letters
- Wax paper - blue paper
STEP 1 - You first begin by peeling away the application tape away from the wax paper, you will notice that the letters will stick to the application tape. If they do not simply lay the application tape back down on top of the wax paper and give it a good rub with a credit card or squegee so that the letters adhere to the application tape.
STEP 2 - Continue peeling the application tape apart from the wax paper until you have only the application tape and the letters.
STEP 3 - Place the decal on any hard, smooth and clean surface and place one corner of the decal onto the object. Then take your credit card or squegee and press
down firmly stroking away from the corner.
STEP 4 - Once you have the entire decal affixed you can now go back with your credit card or squegee and press firmly on the application tape to give it a good seal and remove any possible air bubbles that may exist.
STEP 5 - Simply peel away the application tape, leaving only the letters! If any of the letters still stick to the application tape, simple lay down the application back ontop of the letters and firmly squegee the decal again to adhere the decal to the surface.
You're all done!
Fast, Simple, Secure! We are...
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