PREP YOUR SURFACE
In order for Blik to stick, you need a smooth, dry and clean surface. To ensure such cleanliness, grab a dry cloth and give your surface a quick wipe down. Don’t forget that cobweb in the corner.
* For freshly painted walls, allow 2 weeks for the paint to cure. We know…it takes patience, but it’s better than applying Blik to a wet wall.
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GET YOUR BLIK ON!
Using your best British accent, hold two corners of the transfer tape (with decal, of course) and stick to your desired surface. Smooth one edge onto the surface first, to avoid wrinkles and bubbling, and continue firmly smoothing out the tape all the way down.
* Ask for another hand if the image is bigger than you can handle.
PLAN YOUR DESIGN
To avoid designer’s remorse, tape your decals onto your surface before removing the backing. Step back and admire. If you like what you see, then go for the gold.
* Depending on your pattern, you may need to cut loosely around the decals so you can have complete freedom to arrange them as you wish.
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Now that you’ve applied your graphic, it’s time to remove the tape. Start at one corner and slowly roll it along your surface. If any part of the decal sticks to the tape, simply stop pulling, roll back a bit and repress graphic onto the surface and continue peeling away, slowly.
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Now it’s time to shift the weight of your decal to the transfer tape. To do so, lay your design on a hard surface, graphic side down. Firmly rub or squeegee over the entire backing with a squeegee, your hand, a credit card, rubber spatula, etc…Don’t hesitate to give it some gusto.
You’ve just created a one-of-a-kind art exhibit. And although we can’t see what you’ve done, we’re sure it rocks. Good job.
* Bubbling may occur after the graphics are applied. Simply take a thumbtack or needle and poke the bubbled area a couple of times, then smooth it out with your hands.
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Start at one corner and slowly peel away the paper backing with a rolling action.
* Some intricate patterns may want to stick to the backing; simply stop peeling, roll back a bit & repress the decal onto the transfer tape.
READY FOR A NEW LOOK?
Removing Blik is simple. Pick at an edge with your fingernail and slowly peel the decal off your surface. It’s just like taking down a sticker. If you Blik’d outside the box and applied your graphics to a less porous surface like glass, give Blik a blow-dry (set on low heat) to warm it up. This will release the adhesive and make it even easier to peel off. Poof. Back to new.
Get Your Blik On!
To all you excited 1st time Blik-ers: We know new experiences can be a little intimidating (we’re commitment phobics, remember? We understand). Well, have no fear. Here are some tips and tricks to get the magic started. Soon, you’ll be off and Blik’n... ...and coming back for more.
All Blik products are designed to be removable so you can change your mind anytime. But once removed, they cannot be re-used. Blik Re-Stik™ products, however, can be reused and repositioned again and again as long as you keep the backing dust free.
Blik should leave your surface in the same condition it was in before application. However, Blik is sensitive to extreme temperature and direct sunlight. And due to variations in wall surfaces, Blik cannont be held responsible for damage to surfaces. Sorry.
If you have any questions or comments, please give us a call at 866.262.blik (2545) x1. We're here to take your call Monday - Friday, 7 am to 3 pm PST.
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