Where does this store ship from?
We ship from Wayne, NJ.
What is this store's return and exchange policy?
Due to the nature of the vinyl and potential damage during shipping, we do not accept returns or exchanges. If there is an issue with your order upon receipt, please notify us immediately and we will work to justify the situation.
Do you accept orders placed outside of the US?
At the moment, no. We are currently in the process of expanding to international locations, please be patient.
How long will it take to receive my order?
Once shipped most domestic orders take anywhere from 2 to 10 business days to arrive depending on the efficiency of your local postal service. International shipping delivery times may vary between 2 and 12 weeks.
What kind of vinyl do you use?
Depending on the product or color, we use either GT5 3mm Intermediate vinyl, Oracal 2.7mm Intermediate vinyl, or for specialty vinyl, Creative Films 3mm vinyl.
How do I install my die-cut vinyl stickers?
Installing your die-cut vinyl stickers is easy but takes some patience and steady hands. Follow these simple instructions to apply.
1.) First clean your surface with standard soap and water. If applying to a body panel of a car, it helps to degrease that area to remove any wax that may be on the body. Proceed to dry.
2.) Remove the backing of your die-cut vinyl sticker, making sure all of the sticker transfers onto the front tape (it helps to remove the backing at a sharper angle).
3.) Start by applying from a corner of the transfer tape. It helps to use a small hand squeegee or credit card to ensure the sticker transfers evenly with no air bubbles or creases. Slowly work your way to the opposite corner of the sticker.
4.) Now leave your sticker on the surface for a minute or so allowing the adhesive to bond with the surface you applied to. Breathing on the sticker can help ensure maximum bond. While you still have the transfer tape on, apply light pressure also, using your hand/squeegee/credit card. Also, if you have air bubbles, you can now work them out.
5.) It is time to take the transfer tape off. Start with one corner and slowly peel back to the opposing side. Pulling at a sharper angle helps (example: pulling flat instead of up.)
6.) There you have it, you are now done. Try not to get the stickers wet for the next 24 hours.