Technical Support

From how to apply specific graphics to maintenance, you will find any helpful guide here. If you still require further assistance, send us a message via the contact page and we will be happy to help .

What to do with your Vinyl

Once it arrives

We like to assume you apply your graphics straight away - but if this isn't the case and its going to be a while before they are applied; Please unroll them, and store them perfectly flat with some weighty items on top until you're ready.

Applying your graphics - Dry Method

Before you start:

- You may need a needle, a credit card or a similar type squeegee.

- Try to avoid applying
the vinyl in direct sunlight.

Step 1. Take the credit card or squeegee and flatten the vinyl
(sandwiched between the backing tape and application tape) on both sides by rubbing
over it. If the vinyl was sent out to you rolled up, lay it out flat and let it relax for an hour
or so as the Vinyl is easier to handle if flat.

Step 2. Double check to make sure that your vinyl is meant for the internal or external
application (for internal application the vinyl will look mirror imaged through the
application tape). Turn the vinyl upside down on the transfer tape and pull backing tape
off SLOWLY. The backing is the heavier paper, the application tape is the see through

Step 3. Hold the vinyl over your desired location and
slowly apply the Vinyl to the surface. Try to touch the surface first at the centre of the
Vinyl and then flatten out to the sides.

Step 4. Use your credit card or squeegee again to flatten as much of the vinyl as possible. The transfer tape will allow you to rub the vinyl without damaging it. Peel back an edge of transfer tape slowly the things to watch for are the small letters and corners, to make sure they are sticking to glass, and not to the transfer tape. Once the transfer tape is removed, take your fingers and rub gently over the corners and points of your vinyl to make sure they are glued firmly to the surface.

Step 5. If by chance you have an air bubble(s), use your needle and give the air bubble(s) a small poke, this will create a small hole for the air to escape. Press around the air bubble, working the air to the small hole. The bubbles may disappear after a day or two.

Applying your graphics - Wet Method

Before you Start:

Step 1. Use a spray bottle and apply a few drops of washing up liquid to some water, use thebottle and wet the area where the vinyl is to be applied.

Step 2. Apply the vinyl still attached to the transfer tape, to the thoroughly sprayed surface. The vinyl can then be gently moved and repositioned correctly for your perfect finish.

Step 3. When the vinyl is in the perfect place, use a small squeegee or credit card to push out any of the water from under the vinyl. The transfer tape will stop the vinyl from being damagedwhile doing this.

Note: Please make sure to remove as much of the water as possible from under the vinyl as if not enough is removed the vinyl will not stick to the surface and will find it difficult to remove the application tape.

Once that is complete you can then remove the applicationtape SLOWLY. If there are bubbles present under the vinyl that cannot be removed byworking them to the edge of the vinyl with your fingers, then a small pin or needle can beused to puncture the vinyl at the bubble, to remove the air. A small pin hole will not beseen after the air bubble has been worked out with the fingers.

Caring for your Viynl

In colder climates, vinyl on windows of vehicles can be damaged by the scraping of frost or ice from the windows so be careful not to run over them with your Ice Scrapers!! Mild window cleaner may be used to clean the windows without damage to the vinyl.

On painted surfaces of vehicles, care must be taken when waxing. Wax will build up around the edges of the vinyl, and will need to be removed. Use a soft cloth, and take your time, and be gentle.

Your vinyl will not be damaged by normal use of car wash products, or water. Although the vinyl will withstand pressure washers, car washes, these unfortunately may reduce the life span and appearance of your vinyl product after a time.

Removing your Viynl

On glass surfaces, with temperatures between 70 and 80 degrees, a razor blade scraper can be used.

Vinyl can be removed easily from painted surfaces by using a heat gun or hair dryer to warm the vinyl to the point to where it peels off easily.

Application guides for your kits

Click to download a .PDF fitting Guide

Colour Chart

See below our colour chart which can be used in reference to our various colour options. If you cannot find the colour you are looking for, and wish for an example please contact us.