Price: 2299 USD
(2) RV Camper Trailer Truck Boat Accent Stripe Decals Graphics Cust.Colors- ST10
2 RV Trailer Truck Boat Accent Stripe Decals Graphics Color Choice
All graphics will arrive on backing sheets with transfer tape for easy decal placement.
This sale includes one set of right and left side graphics.
Measurements: Please see pictures for size and color options Please message us if you would like alternate sizes. Please send message with color at checkout or the listing picture color will be sent.
Colors: from the drop down menu you selected.
Vinyl-3 mil Oracal
Graphics can be applied to any flat non-porous surface.
We use original equipment grade materials in making our graphics so you receive an exceptional product. Excellent UV , temperature, humidity, salt spray resistance. Gloss finish. If properly installed graphics may last up to 7 years.
(Note: Settings on monitors, devices etc can vary from one to another and colors and sample pictures shown on our products are representative of the actual colors we use.)
Warning: Do not use any aromatic solvents such as acetone, M.E.K., toluene, paint thinner, lacquer thinner, gasoline or ammonia-based cleaners to clean the surface area.
Saturate a clean cloth with isopropyl alcohol and wipe the surface where the vinyl is to be applied to remove any contaminates such as silicone, wax, or adhesives. Thoroughly dry the surface area with a lint free dry cloth.
Temperatures of 50º to 90º F, with 70° to 80°F being the optimum range make sure surface area is not too hot or cold prior to applying.
(Note: Graphics can only be applied using the dry method)
Step 1: Leaving the release liner on , position the vinyl on the substrate, taking care to measure and align it properly.
Step 2: When it’s positioned correctly, apply a hinge using painter’s tape or something similar, to affix the graphic in place (from the center).
Your hinge should secure the vinyl and liner to the substrate.
Step 3: With the masked vinyl print secured, lift one side of the vinyl away from the substrate and remove the release liner.
Peel the masked vinyl and lay it back down on the other half of the graphic.
Step 4: Using scissors, a utility or exact o knife, cut away the exposed half of the release liner.
Take a moment to make sure you still have a clean dry surface. Bits of dust or release liner fragments left behind can cause ‘bubbles” under your print.
Step 5: Raise the half with exposed adhesive and carefully lay it down on the surface, working with your squeegee to get a smooth, bubble and wrinkle-free application.
Work from the center hinge outward.
Step 6: Then lift the other half, remove the remaining release liner and repeat the process.
When both sides are secured, finish burnishing and then remove the application tape at 45 degree angle.
Allow some time for the adhesive bond to form. And you are finished.