Pencil, Ruler, Carpenterís Level or Plumb
Line, Clean Cotton Cloth, Utility or Artistís Knife and New
1.Be sure the surface is clean and dry.Large
cracks or holes should be filled and smoothed to be level with
the surface.Troy Dry Erase products adhere to almost any surface,stay
there and can be removed without damaging or discoloring the
surface. However,some highly textured and fabric surfaces tend
to release the adhesive. If youíre unsure, test the surface
using a small piece of Troy Dry Erase sheets prior to installation.
2.Strike a vertical pencil line using
the level or a ruler and plumb line on the far left side of
the area to becovered.
at the upper left-hand corner, peel back only as much of the
backing to allow you to affix the sheet along the pencil line
and smooth with your fingertips. Using a cloth will help glide
your fingertips over the surface.
4.As you (or your partner) peel the backing,
smooth down the sheet, carefully pushing any air bubbles out.
Donít hurry. Keep smoothing down as you work from left to right
across the surface.
5.Should any air bubbles develop, peel
the sheet off just far enough to release the trapped air then
re-seal the sheet.
6.For larger areas, install additional
sheets. Continue working from left to right, butting the new
sheet to the edge of the first.
7.Once all sheets are in place, trim
any excess with the knife using a metal ruler as a guide. Only
very light blade pressure is necessary to trim Troy Dry Erase
sheets. Peel off the excess as needed.
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