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help stickering up my board???

im gonna put some stickers on my top sheet and wondered if there was a easy way to do it without getting air bubbles?? i thought some people use a spray bottle or water or something on it then press it down with a card
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Stickers are soooo yesterday......
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I didnt do anything but put them on normally. I was bored this winter and the white tips of my board were kind of plain.. might take them off but dont know yet err


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A needle is your friend for popping air bubbles.


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speaking of yesterday......tell your mom thanks!! lol sorry i had too!
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yes it is!! thats what ive always done it just gets aggervating...o well
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yes it is!! thats what ive always done it just gets aggervating...o well
Then you don't know how to properly peel and roll them on.


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Then you don't know how to properly peel and roll them on.

pinch and roll.
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No need to say sorry, she's already forgotten.....

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im gonna put some stickers on my top sheet and wondered if there was a easy way to do it without getting air bubbles?? i thought some people use a spray bottle or water or something on it then press it down with a card
mix a cup of cold water with half a teaspoon of liquid soap and then on the sticky part of the sticker apply the solution on the entire area as well as the part of the board in which ur gonna do the sticking. Also make sure you get your fingers wet too that way u wont rub off the glue on your finger.

after you apply the sticker, keep scraping off the solution from under the sticker until its fully dry and adhered. *Test it out first on scrap, thats how u tint windows at least or tail lights*

good luck

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