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Instructions for applying car stickers

Tools needed:
window cleaner
newspaper or paper towels to wipe
needle or pin for poking bubbles

FYI - Cure Drive car stickers are easily removable and leave no marks or residue.

Thoroughly clean the window. Dry completely with newspaper.

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At the left hand side of the sticker there is a 1/2" section that can be folded back, allowing the bumper sticker to the right to be peeled off the backing when folded.

Expose about an inch and a half of the sticky back.

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Cut off the paper backing with scissors, so that the exposed section can be adhered to the window to hold your alignment.

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Align the bumper sticker in the exact position you want it and then touch the sticky section to the window, smoothing it down so there are no bubbles.

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After you get it lined up, start to peel and smooth the rest of the sticker onto the window. Pull the backing off very slowly, with one hand, while smoothing the sticker on to the window in short sections with the other hand. It is possible to do this without causing even a single air bubble, but that may be on a second or third attempt.

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If you do get air bubbles, prick them with a pin, push the air toward the pinhole in the bubble, and voilą, bubble gone. If the bubbles are close together, push the air bubbles together, then prick. If the bubbles are near the edge, you can gently peel back the edge of the sticker and reapply to window.

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Step back and admire bumper sticker and your handiwork.

Drive. Passing motorists will see this sticker and cure things.


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