Peel and Stick

THANK YOU for your purchase of Mirth Studio Floor Decals! Our
unique and colorful designs are printed onto resilient, adhesive
backed vinyl and laminated so they are durable enough to stand
up to high amounts of foot traffic. Our decals are also temporary
so they can be removed without damaging the existing floor. It
is very important to follow the installation instructions below
carefully to ensure that the decals are installed correctly. Once
installed, you simply treat them as you would any other floor.
Prepping of the surface that you are applying the floor decals to
is very important. The floor needs to be clean, dry, and free of any
loose debris. First sweep the floors well. Use a mild soap solution
to clean the floor. Dry with a towel so that there is no loose debris
on the floor and the floors are completely dry. Debris can cause
adhesion issues.
Tip: Remove your shoes when you are ready to dry the floor to
maintain a clean surface.
Determine how you would like the design to look once complete.
Our designs have a top and bottom and it is important you know
which is which before you start. Pick a corner of the floor you
are working on as a starting point. No room is exactly square
or rectangular so it is important you follow the pattern and tile
shape not the the line of the wall.
NOTE: Be careful not to overlap the edges of the decals.
Overlapping will allow dirt to become trapped and will cause the
decals to peel up with time.cause the decals to peel up with time.
Peel back two inches of the white
backing paper along your top edge
and fold the backing in place. Butt
the edge of the vinyl into the base
where the floor meets the wall.
Once the decal is in place, tack the
two inch edge down working from
the middle outwards. You are
trying not to trap any air bubbles
in the vinyl.
With one hand pulling the backing
and the other sweeping across
the vinyl from left to right, work
towards you. Continue until the
whole decal is down.
Repeat steps 1 through 3 in a
straight line until you get to the end
of the floor. Then repeat the whole
line again using the edges of the
tiles as your guide.
Work out any air bubble towards
the edges of the tile if your can. If
not, you can create a pin-hole in
the bubble and remove the bubble
that way.
When the decal folds up along
a wall (because walls are never
straight) work the vinyl into the base
the best you can. At the end you will
come back and remove any excess
with an exactoknife.