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Catholic Rosary Wall Decal

The rosary is to count prayers. The first historical reference to a rosary was from the life of St. Dominic who died in 1221. Have this historical decal on the wall in any room in your home. It comes with an application squeegee and instructions. It also won't leave any residue and is completely removable.

Wall Decal Product Details

  • Every decal sticker is removable and leaves no residue.
  • Leaves no residue when removed.
  • Matte finish to give a painted on appearance.
  • Lifspan of 3+ years (not recommended for outdoor use).
  • No background color. Your wall is the background.
  • Color on both sides if applied to a window.

Included in order:

  • Wall decal
  • Installation instructions
  • Application squeegee tool
  • Practice decal

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How To Apply

Your Decal comes in 3 layers:
  • A. Opaque Transfer Tape
  • B. Cut Vinyl Decal
  • C. Wax Paper Backing

Tape your decal to the wall at the corners and a strip across the middle to create an anchor point. This will hold your decal in place as we apply it in separate manageable sections.

* If your decal is small enough don’t use tape and skip to Step 5.

Carefully peel transfer tape and decal away from wax paper backing until you reach middle strip of tape.

* Make sure decal remains stuck to transfer tape and not the paper backing.

Cut and remove wax paper backing.

Apply top half of decal to wall gently smoothing it down using the plastic applicator card, your hand, or a clothe.

Lift bottom up and remove remaining wax paper backing and gently smooth the rest of the decal down.

Use a wet wash rag to rub down entire decal. This helps make sure the decal is fully adhered to wall and by wetting the transfer tape it makes it less tacky and easier to remove.

* Once the decal is applied it is not reposition-able.

Slowly peel away transfer tape layer.

Make sure the decal remains stuck to the wall. If part of the decal remains stuck to transfer tape just press that part back down and rub it a little harder with applicator card or rag.

*If your decal design has small, thin, or delicate bits be very careful when applying. Take your time.

Smooth out any air bubbles with card or use a needle to puncture bubbles and release the trapped air.

And of course ...
Enjoy your new wall decal!

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  1. America Needs Fatima

    Posted by Margarita on 29th Jun 2017

    Excellent, as a Rosary Rally Captain, I couldn't of been guided to a more proper way of spreading devotion to Mary then displaying the Catholic Rosary Decal on the exterior glass door of my home.