What’s the best
way to apply SlickSticks™ wall decals?
Here’s a detailed step
by step to help you out…
(Even though SlickSticks™ are made to be durable yet removable,
it’s always a good idea to test your surface prior to application.
The degree to which SlickSticks™ may be removed depends on the type
of surface they’re applied to.)
Some helpful tips before
1. Make sure your surface is
CLEAN. It’s not always necessary to clean your surface but we recommend
wiping with a bit of rubbing alcohol or dust with a clean cloth. SlickSticks™
easiest on oil free, dust free surfaces.
2. Layout your design
before applying. Use a small piece of tape to hold your shapes in place
so you can make sure everything is where and how you want it. If you need
to move things around, this makes it super easy. Now imagine trying to
do that with a stencil and paint…(that’s no fun!)
3. Use the BlueTool™ and rub over the magic application film and
design prior to applying the piece to your surface. This only takes a
second and helps with the application process.
A simple visual HOW
SlickSticks™ works great
on walls but many people like to get creative with them and apply them
to a variety of surfaces.
Heres some ideas to
kick start your creative juices:
• Decorate your car (yeah...were serious)
• Furniture. SlickSticks™ stay on tables, bookcases, headboards...and
really can change the look of things...in a good way of course!
• Windows. Use them on sliding door windows (guests won’t
bang their heads into the door anymore,) car windows, office windows,
shop windows, add color and any of our cool designs to glass...they will
really stand out.
• School...yep..we’ve had people put them on their book jackets
and folders, lockers...hey what can we say...they love being unique.
• Canvases. Some of are art friends and employess have actually
created some fine art by applying SlickSticks™ to their canvases
Tips for Removing SlickSticks™
(In the slim chance that you
want to take down one of your designs...)
are made to stay on and be durable yet removable..however you should use
caution in removing slicksticks. The type of surface they are applied
to and how long they have been up can affect how smoothly they remove.
Here’s the most important
1. Start slowly and slowly peel the design off.
2. Do not rip the design off of painted surfaces…this may pull some
paint with it….(you know…common sense like)
3. Use the BlueTool™ (you did keep it right?) to help you lift a