How To Remove Your Vinyl Decal
If you decide to remove your vinyl at any time, all you need to do is start to peel on the edge and slowly remove at a downward slanted angle. A razor can be used very carefully if needed. If peeling off vinyl is very difficult, apply heat to the sign by carefully using a heat gun or hair dryer. It should then peel very easily.
Sometimes there will be adhesive left behind on the surface. This is easily removed using rubbing alcohol or GooGone. We love orange oil, it works great and smells even better! Natural, too!
**DO NOT use metal razor blades on the body of the vehicle! This will remove paint and your vinyl. Use plastic scraper blades if decals need to be removed from the body of the vehicle.
Ordering from us is easy and you can be assured we have the best prices. If you find a link to the same item you are ordering, just send us the link and we will match the price! We also offer significant discounts on multiples of the same sign or decal! Just ask! You will not be disappointed!
Best Quality Materials
We will not use inferior vinyl, but use much better quality vinyl than most sign makers. This will not only look better but will last longer and is easier to apply!
We can design your sign for you or you can send us a picture of what you would like and we’ll do our best to create it for you.
Just send us an email with the following:
-in your sign. Attach any logos or images you may also want included.
–SIZE – how big do you want your sign? Not sure? Email the dimensions of the area you want to place your sign and we can help.
–What FONT do you prefer? If you would like us to choose, we are happy to do that for you. Until we have our page of available fonts posted, if you open the program ‘Paint’ on most computers, you can view a large variety of fonts there. Copy the name of the font you like and send it to us. We can usually get pretty close.
Email all this to: orders@WriteOnYourCar.com Don’t worry if you forgot something, we’ll cover it in our email.
We will respond with a rough proof of your sign (so we know what you want) and a link to Paypal for the amount owed. If your order is over $100, you may make a deposit of 50% upon order and the balance upon approval of final proof.
Application is easy, but if you would like us to apply it and you live near Lafayette, TN, we can do it for you for a small additional fee. Just let us know.
Customer service is our #1 goal! If you aren’t happy, we aren’t happy!
Applying your vinyl sign or decal is very easy if you follow a few simple steps. This is one time you will want to read the instructions and your new sign will last for many years! (see our easy removal instructions, too)
*For best results apply vinyl in temperatures between 45-85 degrees. For larger signs, see instructions for larger signs.
Clean the area you want to apply your vinyl thoroughly. Rubbing alcohol or soap and water work great. Do not skip this step or your vinyl will peel off sooner than you want.
*Do not use Windex or any other household cleaners because they leave behind a residue behind that will prevent the sticker from adhering. Ideally, if you have an empty spray bottle, put ONE drop of dish detergent in and fill it up. (avoid all the suds and fill first, then put your ONE drop of soap in…)
Prepare the sticker by firmly rubbing a squeegee or credit card across the clear transfer tape to remove air bubbles that may have formed in transit. This will help your application go much smoother. (pun intended :))
Peel the paper backing off your vinyl sign or decal. If any part of the vinyl sticks to the backing, slowly replace the backing and repeat Step 2.
Slowly place the sticker onto the clean surface and rub it in place firmly with a squeegee or credit card on the transfer tape. For best results, wait 12-24 hours before Step 5. The larger your decal or sign, the longer you should wait. This gives the adhesive time to activate and makes peeling the transfer tape off easier.
Slowly peel the clear transfer tape off at an angle being careful not to pull the vinyl off your surface. If vinyl pulls away from your surface or sticks to the transfer tape, back up and repeat Step 4.
Once you have fully pulled off the transfer tape off carefully smooth down all edges with your squeegee or credit card. Use a pin to poke any air bubbles in the center and push the air out through the hole.
You’re done! Your decal should last for many years, but can also easily be removed. See How To Remove Your Vinyl Decal>>