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Vinyl House Address Installation
Installing a vinyl address can be tricky if the address graphic is wider than your arms and your standing on a ladder. You will need to move the ladder several times to avoid the sticky adhesive. The wind will also make it more difficult. Try to pick a calm dry day with a warm temperature for the best application. Vinyl will not adhere in temperature colder than 10 degrees Celcius. Tools needed: Extension Ladder, Tape, Razor Knife, Measuring Tape, Application Squeegee, Heat Gun, Extension Cord.
|Step 1: Secure your ladder and tape up the vinyl house address level and centered.||Step 2: Secure the middle and remove 1/2 the backing paper up to the center from the back.|
|Step 3: Rub down the transfer tape with squeegee tool. Be sure to press firmly on the entire address surface. Remove the remaining backing paper.||Step 4: Remove the transfer tape carefully and be sure not to tear letters. You can apply heat to the tape if having troubles.|
|Step 5: Use heat gun and soften the vinyl material. Press the material into the surface with fingers or soft felt squeegee.||Step 6: Clean up the mess and take some pictures your done. If your surface was smooth and clean it will stick for over 10 years.|
*note vinyl address letters will not stick to coarse surfaces like brick, stucco, stone or rough cut wood. If your wood is very fibrous in texture test surface by wiping with a moist paper towel. If the paper towel tears in to bits and gets stuck on the wood fibers this application will not work and you must find a smooth surface to mount your letters. You may also upgrade to Aluminum House Name or Acrylic House Name.
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