Vinyl Disorder is a business that makes custom vinyl decals/stickers for cars, walls, or anything you want to make look awesome! I can say that I have been using them for about 3 years now. They are awesome people that have a great product. I’m going to show/tell you the process I used for the product I just received from them.
As you can see, I went with the blink-182 smiley face. They are, and have been for a very long time, my favorite band. You can also see that Vinyl Disorder likes to pack their products with some extra goodies. You can never go wrong with extra stuff.
In the picture above you see the Coheed and Cambria decal I have had on my car for 3 years now, which was made by Vinyl Disorder. It is still in perfect condition, but I don’t listen to Coheed like I used to. It needs to be replaced.
Even after holding up beautifully through my rear windshield wiper scraping it for 3 years, it was fairly easy to remove. A razor and some Oops! did the trick. After removing it we (my friend Kellie and I, her hand is the one in the pictures) cleaned the surface with soap and water to remove the Oops! before applying the new decal.
We centered the decal and began using the INCLUDED tool to apply the decal slowly.
Halfway down, you can really see the beauty in the product you purchased. Looking really good, so let’s proceed.
Just like that, the decal is fully attached to my windshield. Now, all that’s left to do is remove the sheet.
Look at how pretty it is. This is the most exciting part. I love getting new vinyls. Makes me feel like I’m driving a new car every time.
And BOOM! You’re done.
Like I said, I’ve used Vinyl Disorder for 3 years and don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. Their products are definitely top of the line and never disappoint. I only caught a couple snags during the process, but it was more user error than anything else. All in all, I would definitely recommend them to anyone looking for some high end vinyl decals. In fact, I have recommended them to friends before in the past.
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Vinyl Disorder website: VinylDisorder.com
Vinyl Disorder Twitter: @VinylDisorder
My Twitter: @BenPrzeslak
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