Now that you’ve seen how my Wall Slicks Decals added a fun flair to my rooms, you’re probably wondering just how easy they are too put on and if they actually stay in place, right?
When attaching mine, I quickly realized it is a two man job. You need someone to be able to hold the big adhesives, while the other person smooths it onto the surface. The great thing about these graphics is that you can reposition them even after you’ve stuck them on and they will still stick! My only suggestion is to clean your wall first before you apply them. My walls were a little dusty and I learned after the first attempt that I needed to give them a good wipe down to get the most out of my Wall Slicks.
Also, when attempting these graphics, especially if you choose a huge one like my City Skyline or very small, detailed graphic like my cherry blossom, plan on setting an hour or two aside to do it. You don’t want to rush through this. It does take some time to get these placed on your wall, especially when they are as intricate and detailed as the cherry blossom branch.
Also, another tip, when placing the decals, remove only a little backing at a time, otherwise you can get it tangled and it WILL stick together and ruin. I learned this the hard way with the other half of my cherry blossom branch. And don’t even think about letting it stick to itself. You will be hugely disappointed.
Not sure you dare do it yourself? Wall Slicks offers videos to show you how to do it too, just check out their website and get all sorts of tips for applying your adhesives perfectly!
Overall, I love the look of my Wall Slicks. I’ve had them on my walls for a week now and they are holding up just fine and look really great! I really love the artistic flare it gives my space and I love that If I get sick of them, I can easily take them down and put up something new! They are also guaranteed to come off as easily as they went on, and leave no residue behind on your walls!
I love that my Wall Slicks are so much less expensive than paint and wallpaper (Although you can even get Wall Slicks that look like wallpaper) and will save you so much more time! Just be patient and set aside some time to properly stick them to your walls and you won’t be disappointed! My one suggestion would be to start with something easy so you get the hang of it, then move onto more detailed, bigger graphics.
If you would like to learn more about Wall Slicks or pick up some great adhesives and graphics for your walls, then be sure to check them out today at WallSlicks.com.
Happy Home Designing!
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