And she liked them! Follow along as I apply these vinyl graphics, even as hot outside as it is right now.
Check out these cool vinyl decals I just finished applying, with a little how-to helper I put together that will hopefully help you to apply your own set of vinyl graphics. Yes, you can do it! Spruce up your plain-jane Toyota Corolla, or Camry, or Dodge or Ford or custom street truck or hot-rod, or whatever. Make YOUR ride stand out from the boring old rest… be it with subtle vinyl graphics—or look-at-me popping pizazz!
I chose something kind of in the middle: just the “right amount” of popping pizazz. And after I told my wife, “Babe, come outside for a minute, check this out,” and after she saw it… well, she was very happy. And excited! Because, well, check out the following transformation for yourself!
Because it’s easy. It’s affordable. And they last a long time, too. With vinyl graphics you can try new things, and remove your decals later so you can switch things up. The graphics—these are from FULL INTENSITY GRAFX ONLINE DECAL STORE—typically last anywhere from six to ten, or even more years when applied, but most people like to change things up every few…
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Final tips to remember… For this decal application I used the half-and-half method combined with the wet method. Remember, air bubbles generally disappear after about 3 days when applying your decals with the wet method, and up to two weeks when applying with the dry method, assuming that is, that you even get any air bubbles between the vinyl and the surface of the car. Pop with a pin and push out if you would like. Also, remember that no soap is needed with the wet method, apply your decals in the shade, preferably when it’s cool and comfortable outside, with ZERO WIND, and take your time and, have a helper nearby! All the best, everyone!