Remove old graphics. You can use hair dryer or heat gun to warm the old graphics for easy removal. Clean the surface with degreasing agent. You do not want to leave any glue residue from the old graphics, oils or dirt. Your dirt bike plastics should be warm before applying graphics. We recommend you to keep plastics in a room with temperature more than 15°C / 60 ºF for several hours.
Applying graphics (watch video)
Place your decal over the plastic (e.g. number plate). Using adhesive paper tape, tape down the decal to the plastic. This will hold your decal in place. Use as much tape as you need.
Peel the backing paper away from the background till the middle, cut it off. Re-check your alignment on the part to be covered. Touch one side of the graphic with your finger to place it.
Working in small sections, use your thumb (or squeegee) to apply pressure to the graphic being careful not to get any wrinkles or bubbles. You have to work from the center out. If you get bubbles, carefully peel the section up and try again. Use the safety pin to pop any small air bubbles. Then smooth out the bubble section moving towards the edges of the graphic. Repeat process to the other side of the same decal.
If you have sharp curves in your plastic (e.g. number plate over exhaust pipe), use heat gun to heat the graphics so they are more pliable. Be careful not to overheat!
If needed – cut off excessive sections or sections of the graphics that are covering bolts, access holes, or vent slits – we suggest to use paper knife.
Take your time and be patient!
For several hours before installation, keep your dirt bike or plastics in place with temperature more than 15°C / 60 ºF for several hours.
Wait at least 24 hours before riding to make sure proper bonding is achieved.