It can seem daunting, can’t it? What to do with all those large graphics you have just procured through Ferrari Color? Whether you have one extra large building graphic or multiple window graphics for your retail stores across the country, Ferrari Color makes it easy to get your graphics installed exactly where and when you want them. Our in-house team of installers is ready to get your graphics up where they belong. What if your location is out of state? No problem! We have installation partners across the country that can help wherever you are!
When it comes to installing graphics, we recommend using one of our qualified installers. But if you are in a position where you need to self-install a basic graphic, here are some tips to that may help you:
Before applying graphics, you must carefully clean the entire surface.
Glass surfaces need to be wiped down with a window cleaner, and then any remaining dust or lint needs to be removed. If there’s glue or tape on the surface area, gently remove it using a single edge razor blade.
Painted surfaces should be cleaned with solvent, like Naphtha. Also, let freshly painted surfaces dry 72 hours before applying your graphics.
When installing graphics, the temperature range of the room and the intended surface needs to be between 45-90 degrees Fahrenheit for the best results. If you’re in an area that experiences very high humidity, this could affect the application process.
Decal graphics are a top product of Ferrari Color. Our clients love them because they’re an economical way to attract attention and generate more sales. Plus, they’re fairly easy to install and last along time with the proper care.
With decal installation, you need a small cutting knife or razor blade, a spray bottle filled with a mixture of water and dish soap, plastic squeegee, dry towel, and a two-inch roll of masking tape. Once you have your graphics and these items, follow these eight steps:
So you can have these instructions at the ready, download and print out the handy step-by-step PDF and you’ll be good to go!