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Some of our most FAQ’s about dry installation..

Which method is easier to install wet or dry for a novice?

Either process is quit simple. The wet install allows for some error room on smooth surfaces, while the decal is wet and the surface is wet, you can move the decal to the exact spot and remove any bubbles. Dry install is faster, but once the decal touches the surface, it can not be removed without damage, so it does take a steady hand. There are other pros and cons to both methods, please contact us for further questions.


Which method is easier to install wet or dry for a novice?

Either process is quit simple. The wet install allows for some error room on smooth surfaces, while the decal is wet and the surface is wet, you can move the decal to the exact spot and remove any bubbles. Dry install is faster, but once the decal touches the surface, it can not be removed without damage, so it does take a steady hand. There are other pros and cons to both methods, please contact us for further questions.

Some of our most FAQ’s about wet installation..

Which method is easier to install wet or dry for a novice?

Either process is quit simple. The wet install allows for some error room on smooth surfaces, while the decal is wet and the surface is wet, you can move the decal to the exact spot and remove any bubbles. Dry install is faster, but once the decal touches the surface, it can not be removed without damage, so it does take a steady hand. There are other pros and cons to both methods, please contact us for further questions.

Some of our most FAQ’s about decal removal..

Which method is easier to install wet or dry for a novice?

Either process is quit simple. The wet install allows for some error room on smooth surfaces, while the decal is wet and the surface is wet, you can move the decal to the exact spot and remove any bubbles. Dry install is faster, but once the decal touches the surface, it can not be removed without damage, so it does take a steady hand. There are other pros and cons to both methods, please contact us for further questions.

Some of our most FAQ’s about general questions..

Which method is easier to install wet or dry for a novice?

Either process is quit simple. The wet install allows for some error room on smooth surfaces, while the decal is wet and the surface is wet, you can move the decal to the exact spot and remove any bubbles. Dry install is faster, but once the decal touches the surface, it can not be removed without damage, so it does take a steady hand. There are other pros and cons to both methods, please contact us for further questions.

Some of our most FAQ’s about custom decals..

Which method is easier to install wet or dry for a novice?

Either process is quit simple. The wet install allows for some error room on smooth surfaces, while the decal is wet and the surface is wet, you can move the decal to the exact spot and remove any bubbles. Dry install is faster, but once the decal touches the surface, it can not be removed without damage, so it does take a steady hand. There are other pros and cons to both methods, please contact us for further questions.

Some of our most FAQ’s about shipping..

Which method is easier to install wet or dry for a novice?

Either process is quit simple. The wet install allows for some error room on smooth surfaces, while the decal is wet and the surface is wet, you can move the decal to the exact spot and remove any bubbles. Dry install is faster, but once the decal touches the surface, it can not be removed without damage, so it does take a steady hand. There are other pros and cons to both methods, please contact us for further questions.