Exterior Items

For items with application tape

(top paper covering the decal)

 1. Use isopropyl or rubbing alcohol to wash all wax and dirt from surface of car.
2. Make a wetting solution. (see chart below)
3. Lay the decal face down on a flat surface and peel off the backing of the sticker.
4. Spray the wetting solution on the sticky side of the decal and the area that you plan on placing the vinyl sticker.
5. Position the decal where you want it. Take a step back to eye up the alignment.
6. Use a squeegee to rub over the top of the sticker, to help get all of the water out and to help adhere the sticker.
7. Wait a few minutes, depending on the temperature, and then try to remove the top protective paper from vinyl. If the paper comes off and the vinyl stays in place, then you are finished. If the vinyl comes off, rather than staying on the car then rub the sticker back on to the car and wait longer.
8. Check your work the next day. If you find air bubbles, pierce them with a pin and gently work the air out of the area with your squeegee.
9. To ensure a permanent bonding, allow at least 72 hours in direct sunlight before washing or waxing.

 

For every 20oz H2O:

1/4 Teaspoon blue Dawn dish soap
1/2 Teaspoon >70% isopropyl alcohol


For items without application tape

(top paper covering the decal)

1. Use isopropyl or rubbing alcohol to wash all wax and dirt from surface of car.
2. Make a wetting solution. (see chart below)
3. Spray the wetting solution on the area that you plan on placing the decals.
4. Carefully remove the vinyl decal from the backing paper (remove one piece at a time if there are multiple pieces.
5. Position the decal where you want it. Take a step back to eye up the alignment.
6. Use a squeegee to rub over the top of the sticker, to help get all of the water out and to help adhere the sticker.
7. Check your work the next day. If you find air bubbles, pierce them with a pin and gently work the air out of the area with your squeegee.
8. To ensure a permanent bonding, allow at least 72 hours in direct sunlight before washing or waxing.

 

For every 20oz H2O:

1/4 Teaspoon blue Dawn dish soap
1/2 Teaspoon >70% isopropyl alcohol


FOR MUSTANG DECKLID BLACKOUT DECALS

1. Use isopropyl or rubbing alcohol to wash all wax and dirt from surface of car.
2. Make a wetting solution. (see chart below)
3. Peel off the backing of the sticker
4. Spray the wetting solution on area that you plan on placing the vinyl sticker.
5. Position the decal where you want it. Take a step back to eye up the alignment.
6. Use a squeegee to rub over the top of the sticker, to help get all of the water out and to help adhere the sticker.
7. Next go along the edges and wrap the vinyl around the trunk lid so that it creates a clean look. You can use a hair dryer or a heat gun to heat the vinyl and make it fold over and stick.
8. Check your work the next day. If you find air bubbles, pierce them with a pin and gently work the air out of the area with your squeegee.
9. To ensure a permanent bonding, allow at least 72 hours in direct sunlight before washing or waxing.

 

For every 20oz H2O:

1/4 Teaspoon blue Dawn dish soap
1/2 Teaspoon >70% isopropyl alcohol


INTERIOR ITEMS

FOR INTERIOR ITEMS WITH APPLICATION TAPE

(top paper covering the decal)

1. Use isopropyl or rubbing alcohol to wash all wax and dirt from surface.
2. Lay the decal face down on a flat surface and peel off the backing of the sticker.
3. Position the decal where you want it.
4. Use a squeegee to rub over the top of the sticker, to adhere the sticker.
5. Try to remove the top protective paper from vinyl. If the paper comes off and the vinyl stays in place, then you are finished. If the vinyl comes off, rub over the application tape more.
6. Once you get the top application tape off, carefully press down on the decal to make sure it is stuck to the surface.