Here is a Guide for Car Decal Installation from Start to Finish
With so many options to personalize and spruce up a car, no doubt you are limited to your imagination and creativity. Adding a custom decal to your car is one of the easiest and most popular solutions to car customization. Of course, adding some custom decal takes a bit more prep work, but the results are something you will be very proud of. Here is a simple and practical guide to help with custom car decal installations and some useful info. you can check it out here about the various car decals in the market.
How about you start by deciding where exactly you would want to have your decal placed on your car? You want a flat spot with a texture that can withhold the dcor. You can go with the window, body panel or dashboard only that you must ensure your custom decal can withstand the elements of the location you will choose. The next step is known as dry fitting, placing it on the selected location to ensure it fits perfectly. Remember when you are dry fitting you are simply putting the decal on the spot with the backing paper intact.
As you dry fit, you might want to pay enough attention to the exact spot of the decal, so you have it centered and straight. You can always make use of a small level or even a tape measure so you can have the edges straight and centered. Once you have got the accurate measurements, how about you use some masking tape so you can measure the corners of your decal to know the exact location you had dry fitted.
The next important step is to prepare the area so that the installation can stay put for long. Use a clean, lint-free towel and a fast drying solution like rubbing alcohol to wipe the area clean and dry. Next step would be to peel off the entire backing on your decal which you can do in two ways. You can peel off the entire backing all at once or start peeling off partially at the beginning as you lay it over the marked surface. How about you apply some bit of pressure on the custom decal as you start to lay it off on the clean surface so that it doesnt bunch. Ensure you are applying firm pressure even as you lay it flat to prevent the formation of bubbles between the decal and the surface. Let it sit uninterrupted for 30 minutes, and you are done.