Installation is easy! Just follow our three step process. It takes less than 10 minutes* to transform your space with vinyl decals!
Once you have chosen your desired location, clean with mild detergent or soap and water — dry thoroughly before starting application.
Household Materials Needed for Installation:
Tape Measure or Yard Stick
Follow the step-by-step application guide with Wallter on our Wallterior Designer Blog, or watch our video here:
Easy Installation Instructions Will Arrive With Your Order!
*Please note: Installation time may vary by individual.
This timeframe is an estimate based on studies done by Right On The Walls.
If you have never applied vinyl before, it may take you longer. Larger lettering with a great amount of words and/or designs can take longer to put up than shorter or smaller designs.
Our vinyl products are pre-pasted, pre-spaced, individually cut letters or artwork that press on your wall or any flat surface. The vinyl art will arrive on a sheet which adheres to your wall. After pressing the sheet to your wall following our installation instructions, pull it back and only the lettering remains.
If you selected artwork which contains more than a single color, each color will come on a separate sheet & need to be applied separately.
Additional Vinyl Decal Installation Tips:
Thoroughly clean your surface, make sure it is free from dust or other residue before application.
Allow your lettering to warm to room temperature before attempting to apply.
Allow newly painted walls to "cure" for at least two weeks before applying your vinyl wall lettering.
If your lettering gets wet, allow it to completely dry completely before applying to an interior wall.
If you are having trouble with the letters sticking to the clear sticky paper ... try rubbing thoroughly on the edge of each letter.
Always start with a corner of the clear sticky application paper and pull slightly sideways at an angle. If a letter is not sticking to the clear tape, just lay the clear tape back down over that letter only and rub the edge. You'll notice that once the edge of the letter sticks the whole letter should pull up easily.
You may give the letter edge a little help with a toothpick or small pointed object.
You may choose to cut your lettering apart and apply in smaller sections if you wish. Just cut a square around each section. You can even cut apart each letter if you want to get creative in your application.
It's best to test FIRST!!
We highly recommend testing your surface with a Sample Kit if you have any of the following wall conditions:
** Any glaze or faux paint finish.
** Wallpaper (flat, glossy & textured)
** High Gloss Painted surfaces.
** Flat or Satin Paint - may require additional patience & pressure for application.
** Egg Shell Paint - may not stick. Please order sample kit for testing.
** Heavily Textured Walls may not accept vinyl application.
** Knock Down Textured Walls may experience difficulty with decal edges lifting.
** Unpainted cinder block, wood or other rough surface.
** Painted wood or plywood, may have difficulty with decal edge lift.
** Painted paneling, product may pull some paint from paneling when removed.
** Cracked, Crumbling or Peeling walls (plaster or paint).
** Will not stick to 'Candlelight' finish by Ralph Lauren.
** Not Recommended for use with with High Gloss Painted surfaces.
** Knock Down Textured Walls may experience some difficulty with edges.
Easy Wall Decal Removal:
To remove your lettering, grab the corner of each letter with your fingernail, toothpick or a pair of tweezers. Pull off of the wall at a slight angle. If your lettering has been on your wall for a length of time, you may wish to warm up the removable adhesive with a hair dryer to speed up removal.