The soapy water method is best. Or, be like my husband and not let me touch it and have the local vinyl guy put them on!I haven't ordered my decals yet, but I'm already nervous about applying them too, haha. Yours looks great and gives me hope though!
Thanks, and don’t be worried, it was much easier to work with than I thought.. my garage was at 85 degrees, which is the high end of almost too hot .. not sure if that helped relax the vinyl but I had no bubbles at all..I haven't ordered my decals yet, but I'm already nervous about applying them too, haha. Yours looks great and gives me hope though!
Looks great, I just ordered decals for my Rubicon from Stick It http://stickit2itdecals-com.3dcartstores.com/About-Us_ep_7.htmlI like the color combination!
At first glance, I was apprehensive....but looking at your finished work...WOW ! They look great..and a great color combination.I got my decals for Muttley.. I only get one chance to get this right, anyone have any tips on installing?
Yup - that's the call, it's just easier to adjust with a larger sticker.. dry method you better have it right before you press it on!So, I take it the best method for these side decals is the ole wet method.
Mine just shipped and I’m getting like anxiety about it LOL
I don’t want to be there for 12hrs to install them