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Tips to Apply Vinyl Clings

You can apply vinyl window clings to entrance doors, sliding patio doors, mirrors and other glass surfaces. They are available in a variety of patterns and designs, which can range from unique pictures to simple black window clings for protection against the UV rays of the sun. Moreover applying them to the windows transforms your room into a private haven. Applying the non adhesive vinyl window clings is quite easy and requires no additional effort.

You will need an application spray, a squeegee and a masking tape. To ensure good surface adhesion and avoid bubbles beneath the cling, you need to start out with cleaning the surface.

Use a detergent wash to clean the surface of the window and remove the traces of dirt and debris on it. Dry off with a lint free cloth and then use rubbing alcohol to remove any contamination from the glass.

You can either choose to apply the vinyl window clings to dry surfaces or wet the window before applying the vinyl cling to it. While dry application is usually preferred for smaller clings, as the scope of error in this case is minimal, wet application allows you to install large vinyl window clings with ease.

Moreover wetting the surface provides you the flexibility of removing and repositioning the clings in case of an error, which is unfortunately not true for dry application.

Spray the window thoroughly using the special application spray. Lay the vinyl window cling flat on its back and apply the application spray on the side of the adhesive. Remove the backing film and apply the vinyl cling to the window. Keep it taut as you set the edges of the cling to match the window’s sides.

Use a squeegee to remove the moisture and wrinkles that may form as you set the cling into place. Trim the edges with a knife and apply slow pressure as you do so. Slitting the vinyl to release air can cause the gap to widen excessively.