PERFORATED GRAPHICS ON THE REAR WINDOW
Park your vehicle in a shaded area to avoid direct sunlight, which can make the
Ensure the rear window is clean and free from dust, dirt, and grease. Clean the surface using isopropyl alcohol or a mild cleaning solution.
Measuring and Alignment:
Carefully measure your rear window and the perforated graphic to ensure a proper fit.
Use masking tape to temporarily secure the graphic in place and make any necessary adjustments to the alignment.
Peeling the Backing:
Begin by peeling a small section (2-3 inches) of the backing from the top edge of the graphic.
Fold the backing down, creating a hinge that will help you position the graphic accurately.
Position the exposed adhesive portion of the graphic onto the top edge of the rear window, aligning it with the previously marked guidelines.
Use the squeegee to smooth out the graphic, starting from the center and working your
way towards the edges. This will help eliminate air bubbles and ensure a secure bond.
Gradual Peeling and Squeegeeing:
Gradually peel away the backing, applying even pressure with the squeegee as you go.
Continue working from the center towards the edges, ensuring a smooth and bubble free application.
Trimming Excess Material:
Once the entire graphic is applied, use a utility knife or scissors to trim any excess
material along the edges of the rear window.
Take your time and follow the contours of the window for a clean and professional finish.
Carefully inspect the entire graphic for any bubbles or imperfections. If necessary,
gently lift the affected area and reapply.
Allow the installed graphic to cure for at least 3-4 days before exposing it to harsh weather conditions.