This vinyl "Elephant" decal comes in two sizes:
- The small decal measures approximately 2" x 13" and comes in three pieces for ease of application.
- The large decal (not pictured) measures approximately 3.41" x 22" and comes in four pieces for ease of application.
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How to Apply Your Decal:
1) Clean and dry the application surface with rubbing alcohol. Apply only at temperatures of 50-80°F.
2) Using your fingers, firmly rub across the entire surface of decal a few times.
2) Peel the top layer away from the white backing (the decal should pull away with the top layer).
3) Carefully place the decal where you want it then rub down firmly with fingers or credit card.
4) SLOWLY peel the top layer away from surface, leaving decal behind.
To see a How-To-Apply video – search “Studio 714 Decal” on YouTube.
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