Instructional video(s) coming soon!
Place them in a window direct sunlight and enjoy the rainbows taking over your home/car/wherever you stick them!
These window stickers are *technically*removable/re-useable, but I implore you to minimize it as much as possible. If you DO need to move them, please spray them down with water before removing, and then peel it slowly and carefully off of your window! I will be uploading a tutorial video soon! If you have questions in the meantime, please reach out.
-To test the window that you are considering, carefully peel back *part* of the backing and hold the decal up to see if the sun coming in creates some rainbows in your room! You may need to try this in multiple locations or at different times of day to find the best spot! Which is why I recommend these tests before placing it fully.
-South facing windows give the best results. East facing windows will produce in the AM, West facing in the afternoon/evening.
1. Clean the glass/windows/clear upright surface you want to place your suncatcher on to ensure it is oil and dust-free.
2. Peel the decal backing away. Ideally, spray the window and decal with water, as this will help you get the decal in place easily. Place adhesive side on the surface and adjust.
3. Once you’re happy with the decal’s location, Use a finger to hold the decal in place, and light push out any excess water and readjust placement. Then use a squeegee (or thick card) to squeeze out any air bubbles, but be mindful to not scrape too hard. The design is delicate. Wipe down any excess water. Any remaining water and/or milkiness between the decal and glass should go away within three days.
**You *can* install the decal without applying water, but it can be a bit trickier as the decal will be harder to adjust when placing, and fingerprints are more likely to stick to the backside of the decal**
4. To remove decal, gently and slowly peel it off starting from one corner. I definitely recommend spraying with water beforehand. It'll help keep the decal from ripping or cracking. You can then move the decal to a new location, or stick to a backing, etc for later usage. Or toss if that's what you want!
-Use rubbing alcohol or windex to remove any residue.
No refunds, returns or exchanges for damage caused during application or use.