I prepped the surface with rubbing alcohol, cut sheets to fit plastic. They went on fairly easy. Bike is stored out of the sun, only ridden once on a dry day, hasn't been wet, and less than 1 month later the background is peeling up around the edges.
I bought the clear sheets to place over brand new graphics. I have a 2017 KTM 450sxf and boots are known for peeling off the number decals on the side plates. Also, my knee braces destroy the shroud graphics. I thought I would put these sheets over the troubled areas to help wear. However, the sticky on these clear sheets is not strong enough. The clear sheets were not strong enough and peeled off easily in my first ride and I was left with a mess of dirty goo to clean off. I wish I wouldn't have bothered with these. I would not recommend these for the way I used them. They may work well to cover a front number plate where there is not friction with the rider's gear.
These are the good ones!
These vinyl background sticker sheets would not stay down when I applied them to the number plates on my yz426. Both sides kept lifting up on the edges. Finally had to pull them back off and toss them.
Worked great, Easy to use.
this company is the best I have ever felt with and I have felt with a lot of dealers but nothing as good as this one Donald Grey schroon lake ny
Don't waste your money. Does not stick, even on prepped surfaces. Around corners, forget it.
I use the backrounds for making protective covers on my street bikes paint surfaces. Very durable and matches most colors. Great stuff!
I've been using the clear for years on my bikes. I trace the areas where my legs or boots rub (shrouds, etc), I cut them out, then apply it. Its been great for saving my plastics, especially with newer bikes that have the graphics molded into the plastics. Just make sure you thoroughly clean the surface so you get the best adheration possible.
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