How To Safely Remove Your Old Vinyl Graphics…
You will want to follow the directions very closely. We are Not liable for any botched applications, removals or injury.
Removing Vinyl is fairly easy but unfortunately if you do it incorrectly, you may damage the surface. It’s very important to be careful & always a good idea to have an extra set of hands whenever possible.
Tools you should have before starting:
~Goof Off, Rapid Remover, WD-40 (or other adhesive remover – check to ensure compatibility with your surface)
~Time (it can take a while)
~Clean Wash Cloth
The first thing you will want to do is to make sure your supplies are close at hand. Our suggestion is to use the blow dryer to heat the graphic. Then use your fingernails (if possible) or an Exacto knife & very carefully pick at a HOT corner of the graphic until it starts to come off. Once a piece of the graphic is up, slowly pull it & use the blow dryer to heat it as you go. If that piece rips, find another spot to start again. Keep it up until the graphic is completely removed. Once it is removed, there will usually be an adhesive residue that is left over. You will want to use the adhesive remover to get it off. It usually works really well & we suggest Goof Off, but hear that the others work just as well. Once the residue has been removed use the water & soap to wash & rinse the surface. Be sure to be careful when using the exacto knife, We are not liable for any injury or damage & you don’t want to hurt yourself. J Plus if you are not careful it might scratch your surface area. When removing Interior Vinyl from an Interior wall you will usually be able to pull it right off without any tools & DO NOT use the adhesive remover on the walls, it will not need it. Interior vinyl removes easily without leaving any residue.
We hope that you have enjoyed your graphic! Please see us at www.tagitvinyl.com for all of your future vinyl graphic needs (or wants).
Tag It Vinyl
Tag It Vinyl
PO Box 1422 Spanish Fork, UT 84660