personalized lucky 13 bastard motorcycle helmet sticker 11810
Add personality and highlights to your favorite vehicle with our personalized lucky 13 bastard motorcycle helmet sticker 11810. Made of high-quality materials, it is waterproof and can withstand harsh weather conditions such as rain or direct sunlight.
personalized lucky 13 bastard motorcycle helmet sticker 11810 is a great way to show your personality and make your vehicle stand out. There are tons of different styles and colors to choose from, so you can find the one that’s perfect for your style. They are easy to apply and remove so you can change them.
You can edit the name, date, or whatever details you want on the design. Just give your idea, and our talented design team will help you accomplish it.
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Crafted with premium, flexible materials, Rustypod’s vinyl decals
conform smoothly to curved surfaces. Our unique adhesive technology ensures
a strong bond without damaging the applied surface. Even after extensive use,
they leave no residual glue, maintaining the pristine condition of your paintwork.
Employing advanced UV printing technology, our decals are vibrant,
fade-resistant, and withstand peeling or weather effects. This durability
guarantees your design remains striking, regardless of environmental conditions.
Available in various sizes, our decals are perfect for diverse surfaces,
from motorcycle helmets to car windows and bodywork. Add a personal touch to your helmet
or make a statement on your car with Rustypod’s versatile decal solutions.
Our vinyl decals/stickers are ideal for advertising on smooth surfaces such as helmets, signboards, cars, motorcycles, and fishing boats. These are not your $1 stickers or a variety of cheap screen prints that start to peel and fade within a few weeks. Know the difference!
- Vinyl: Made from premium vinyl material, the decals provide excellent adhesion even under challenging conditions like rain or direct sunlight
- Printing Tech: Thanks to our state-of-the-art UV printing technology, we can offer an unlimited range of colors. This technology ensures exceptional print quality and resistance to weather-related fading.
- Install with ease: our decals can be effortlessly adhered to surfaces using simple tools like soapy water and a plastic card. When you decide to remove them, they won’t damage or leave marks on the painted surface they were applied to. This sets our product apart from less expensive alternatives in the market.
- Contour Cutting/Trim means that the decals are printed with an outline hugging the design. Meanwhile, with no contour cut, the outline will be a rectangle instead.
- The distance from the outline to the outermost edge of the decal’s design is approximately 2-3cm.
Size Range: Our decals range in size from 6×6 inches up to 42×72 inches.
Measure Before Ordering: Before placing your order, measure the area where you plan to apply the decal. Enter these dimensions on our product page, and our design team will adjust the design to fit your specified size.
- Up to 10×10 inches: Ideal for helmets, laptops, and motorcycle fuel tanks.
- 21×21 to 30×30 inches: Suitable for car doors and hoods.
- Above 36×36 inches: Best for boats and large advertising signs.
Please watch our tutorial video below for clearer instructions
- Clean the target surface carefully and make sure the surface doesn’t remain any dust.
- Add Soap Water to wet the surface and back of the decal
- Apply the decal onto the surface, and reposition the decals carefully, the water makes it easier to move the decal. Make sure the decals stay exactly where you want before the soap water dried out.
- Put pressure on the decal from in to out. This will remove air and water under the decal.
- Apply heat on curves and corners to stretch the decal
Note: For curved surfaces, you need a hair dryer to heat the decal, then use your hands or a cloth to put pressure onto the decals so that they stick to the surface. Heat sometimes will help the process achieve the best result. Tutorial video: