Shipping Prices

Sports Teams

Devil & Angel Girls


No Free Rides (adults)

Objects In Mirror

Windshield Decals


Boat Decals

Calvin Piss On




Michael Jackson


Browning Rifle Deer


Fox Racing
Harley Davidson
hello kitty
Hobie Boats

Mako Marine Boat

Skeeter Boat



john Deere

Ford Tractor

No Fear

Porn Star


Dane Cook SUFI

Chinese Kanji Symbols


Jeep Wrangler


Buffalo Bills
Carolina Panthers
Chicago Bears
Cincinnati Bengals
Dallas Cowboys

Arizona Cardinals

Atlanta Braves

Atlanta Falcons

Denver Broncos
Detroit Lions
Detroit Tigers
Green Bay Packers
Houston Texan
Indianapolis Colts
Jacksonville Jaguars
Kansas City Chiefs



New England Patriots
New Orleans Saints
New York Giants
New York Yankees
Pittsburgh Steelers
San Diego Chargers
San Francisco 49ers
Seattle Seahawks

First ... Take your time. Rushing an install can cause problems with air bubbles, torn vinyl or the vinyl not sticking properly. Be sure that the area is
clean of dust, dirt, oil or moisture. If you use cleaners or waxes on the surface to which you are applying (rain x, auto wax, etc.) be sure to clean the
surface using an ammonia based cleaner (windex). If applying outdoors, avoid windy conditions. Failure to do the following can result with the vinyl
not sticking properly to the surface or excessive bubbles in the vinyl.

Be sure to unroll the decal and lay flat for a day or two prior to installing. Large decals install better when flat. It is normal for areas of air pockets
between the transfer tape and the decal itself. Before installing, gently push the air pockets out using a smooth, flat, non-sharp object.


1. Remove the backing of the vinyl slowly.

2. Line up the decal to the surface you'll be applying to.

3. FOR BEST RESULTS: Slightly bend the
decal and apply in a "rolling fashion" Roll
the vinyl on to the surface from one side to
the other. As the vinyl is applied to the
surface, use your fingers to gently press the
decal to the surface. This will help to push
out air bubbles.

4. Use a hard flat plastic or rubber object
(such as a credit card or squeegee) to
finish applying the decal. To remove air
bubbles, gently press the bubble to the
closest edge of the image. AVOID using
sharp or metal objects that may tear or
damage vinyl.

5. After the vinyl is applied, slowly remove
the transfer tape. If the vinyl starts to come
off with the tape, gently ease back to the
surface and use your fingers to press the
vinyl back to the surface.

Windshield banners can be installed with 2 people centering the graphic and holding it tight from both ends then touching it to the window once your sure it is where you want it and then press the decal to the windshield and squeegee it into place then remove the transfer tape slowly as you make sure the decal is stuck to the window and not coming up with the transfer tape. If it does come up with the transfer tape squeegee that area back down then start to remove the transfer tape again.



1. Use masking tape (painters tape) to hold
against the surface you'll be applying to.
This will allow you to measure properly and
center the vinyl.

2. Once you've lined up the vinyl, apply one
solid strip of tape down the center of the
vinyl to hold in place.

3. Start on one side and slowly remove the
backing. Hold the vinyl above the surface
and use a pair of scissors to cut away the

4. Use a hard flat plastic or rubber object
(such as a credit card or squeegee) to
press the vinyl to the surface moving in one
direction. To remove air bubbles, gently
press the bubble to the closest edge of the
image. AVOID using sharp or metal objects
that may tear or damage vinyl.

5. After one side is applied, remove the
center piece of tape and repeat the step to
the opposite side.

6. After the vinyl is applied, slowly remove
the transfer tape. If the vinyl starts to come
off with the tape, gently ease back to the
surface and use your fingers to press the
vinyl back to the surface.


Will decals harm the painted surface of my car?
The vinyl will not harm the surface of your car. This is the same material that is used for truck lettering,
& commercial signage.

Will the decals affect tint on the window?
Only if applying inside of a vehicle directly on the tint. Not recommended at all.

What are the decals and graphics made of?
All our vinyl graphic products are made from high quality self adhesive vinyl material. This material is
first quality and have excellent workability and removal properties.

Will vinyl damage glass or painted surfaces?
Vinyl graphics or lettering will not damage glass or painted surfaces.

How long will the decals last ?
Your decals will last minimum 6 years outdoors.

Can I wash or wax my car after installing decals?
It is best to wait a few days before washing or waxing. Vinyl material can take 2-3 to fully set.

Can I install the decals myself?
Yes, our vinyl products are easy to install. Simply follow the instructions provided on our web site and
be sure to use a squeegee-like application tool.

How can I keep my new decals looking good?
Keeping the decals looking good is simple. Wash them with the car, do not use any harsh chemicals
or solvents on them. If installing a decal on a vehicle window, be careful when using an ice scraper
during the winter!

*The decal protects the finish of the vehicle's paint or glass surface. If decals are left on the vehicle for
long periods of time (more than 5 years outdoor exposure), the exposed paint on the vehicle will fade
slightly, while the paint under the decal will not. This will cause a shadow effect once the decal is
removed. Avoid this by maintaining the paint on your vehicle with wax!



All Standard vinyl has a life of 6+ years. Other forms of vinyl such as special order may differ.
(see vinyl information and samples for more information) Always hand wash around the surface
and avoid high pressure water directly on  the vinyl for long periods of time. Touchless and
standard car washes are OK. Vinyl with very fine detail (thin lines, etc) may require extra caution
when cleaning. Avoid using ammonia based cleaners directly on the vinyl (windex) to avoid color

APPLICATIONS: All standard vinyl will stick to virtually any clean, smooth non-porous surface. This
vinyl can stick to leather or plastic-vinyl fabricated surfaces such as wheel covers, bar seats and
plastic or leather furniture. However, it will only stay applied if the surface will not be bent with force.
For example, the vinyl will stick and stay to a leather bar seat, but if sat on would loose it's hold
after a short period of time. Vinyl can be applied to non-textured walls or walls with wall paper that
have very little texture.

NOT STICKING / OR BACKING IS STUCK TO THE DECAL: Occasionally when a decal is cut, the vinyl
will stick to the backing, especially on decals with a lot of detail. This can also occur during
shipping with temperature changes. The vinyl is not damaged or defective. It is important to
remove the backing SLOWLY and make sure that it does not stick. If so, use a small needle, or
exacto knife to gently peel from the vinyl and the rest should follow.

WEATHER: The standard vinyl used in all applications is of professional grade. It can withstand
temperatures well below zero to well above 100 degrees. Use caution when cleaning ice from the
surface where the vinyl may be applied to. Ice scrapers may damage the surface of the vinyl. Color
vinyl may fade quickly when exposed to direct sunlight and heat for long periods of time.

BUBBLES: They are nearly impossible to avoid. For best results, always take your time when
applying vinyl. Gently press the vinyl to the surface and use your fingers to push out any air bubbles
as you apply. Large bubbles are the result of rushing the application process. If you encounter a
large bubble, use a small sharp object such as an exacto-knife or sewing needle to poke a hole in
the bubble. Then gently push the air out. The small hole will not effect or jeopardize the vinyl's
ability to stick and remain to the surface.

FOR LARGE DECALS: An extra set of hands will help when removing the backing to applying the
vinyl. While one person is applying, the other can hold the vinyl above the surface.

TO REMOVE: Use a flat razor blade to slide under the decal and lift a corner. Gently use your
fingers to pull the vinyl from the surface. Use an orange cleaner to remove the sticky film from the
surface after the vinyl has been removed.



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