We've prepared a very simple video for you to get an idea of how easy it is to apply your lettering and how it will come.
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How to Apply Wall Lettering
This is quite easy and it takes more to explain it in words than to actually do it.
You Tube also has great resources on how to apply (SAV) self adhesive vinyl lettering.
o Backing Paper-holds the vinyl from the back.
o The vinyl itself.
o Paper Application Tape; (which is over the ‘top’ side of the vinyl.)
o Vinyl lettering does not adhere well to grainy, rough surfaces, damp or dusty.
o TURN THE LETTERING FACE DOWN;
o Then pull the backing paper off the lettering gently leaving the vinyl attached to the Paper Application Tape.
o Make sure you get the dots on an ‘i’ or any other punctuation or small graphic pieces.
o Use firm, even strokes to make sure there are no air bubbles.
o If you find there are air bubbles after you remove the Paper Application Tape, you can prick the bubble (at the side of the bubble) with a small pin and gently push the air out.
o Take care with the dot on the letter ‘i’ and tails on long letters such as ‘j’, ‘g’, ‘y’, and any punctuation such as: (.) (“) (?) (,) (!) or other small graphic pieces.
o These are easy to miss if you are not careful.
If the room is cold
o Put the lettering up by taking off the backing paper only
o Put it in position on the wall;
o Squeegee it down and
o Blow some warm air over the lettering with the Paper Application Tape still attached.
o The warm air helps further activate the adhesive on the vinyl letters.
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