In extreme weather conditions vinyl might not apply as well on exterior walls or in places like a garage or tool shed. It’s best to apply our decals in temperatures between 15–27 degrees Celsius. If the surface is too cold, vinyl will not stick well, and the cold temperature could cause vinyl to tear. Usually in a home this is not an issue. But, if your wall feels cold when you touch it, you may want to warm up the room first. e.g. When applying a decal on your back door, the outside temperature is 15°C or below, use a hair dryer to warm the exterior surface of the door to room temperature before you apply the decal. Then, once the decal has been applied, holding the hair dryer 10–15cm away from the decal continue to warm the surface for a minute or two to allow the adhesive time to bond to the surface.
Tip: Depending on the temperature outside, sometimes the finished surface on the inside of an exterior wall can be colder than room temperature. Avoid applying wall decals when the climate is very humid, this will make it very difficult to release from the application tape.
Make sure there is no residue on a wall surface such as grease, smoke, dust, or soot. Even cigarette smoke can cause a build-up on surfaces.
If you have cleaned your wall, make sure there is no leftover residue and that the wall is completely dry. A wall surface can often feel dry to the touch but moisture has been absorbed into the wall material beneath. This moisture is released onto the surface as the wall continues to dry, breaking the adhesive bond and pushing the wall decal off the surface.
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