Vinyl Wall Sticker Won’t Stick

Vinyl stickers are stickers to customize and decorate a room without a permanent commitment of paint or wallpaper. Not all vinyl wall decorations are equal; some may stick better and look more professional than others. Cleaning the surface and using a tool to transfer to apply the stickers will help prepare the walls and get your decals to stick more easily.

Things you need:
Microfiber cloth
Rubbing alcohol
Tool: transfer cross

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Wipe the wall with a microfiber cloth to remove dust. Clean the wall with plain water or alcohol to remove the sticky residue or other debris that can interfere with adhesive tape on the wall.

Wait at least 30 minutes after cleaning the surface before applying vinyl wall stickers. Putting stickers wall of the wet surface increases the risk of peeling and bubbling.

Keep vinyl sticker on the paper transfer until the last minute. Fine dust particles in the air that can not even see and pet hair and other household debris can stick to the glue and compromise its work.

Rub tool transfer. A rectangular piece of plastic, usually the size of a deck of cards or smaller – firmly against vinyl tape as it stick to the wall to make it smooth and remove any air bubbles. Air bubbles can make the tape less likely to stick and to the wall.

Avoid removal and replacement of the same vinyl wall sticker on a variety of surfaces. Although some brands of wall decals are removable, they adhere better if left in place.