Instantly cure blank door syndrome and create the ultimate entry for your kids bedrooms with fully removable and repositionable Door Stickers from Tinyme - the cutest way to personalise your child’s bedroom door!
Who said doors can’t be cute too? Instantly cure blank door syndrome and create the ultimate entry for your kids bedrooms with our range of fully removable and repositionable Door Stickers - the cutest way to personalise your child’s bedroom door! With hundreds of design and colour options to choose from you’ll be spoilt for choice!
• Made from fine weave fabric, not vinyl. • Fully removable and re-positionable. • Available in a wide range of versatile colourways. • Did we mention they're super cute?
How to use
The cure for blank wall syndrome... a true story! Tinyme door stickers and door decals will stick to most clean flat surfaces and even some textured surfaces. Before applying the door stickers you should make sure your surface is clean and not dusty. For freshly painted walls you should allow a three week drying period. To transform that boring blank door start by designing your layout (don’t stress too much – our door stickers are removable and repositionable).
Next, carefully peel the door stickers off the backing paper and stick onto the door. Gently rub over the surface of the door sticker with a soft cloth or with the back of your hand from the centre outwards pushing out any air bubbles. All done. Blank door cured!
How to remove
To remove, carefully lift a corner and whilst folding the sticker back on itself slowly peel off. Our door stickers shouldn't damage your door, but it's important to be careful when removing in case the door has been poorly prepared before painting. If you are concerned, or if the door offers resistance, heat with a hairdryer while removing. The backing paper is a good place to store stickers.
Warning: Tinyme wall and door stickers are designed for decoration only and not to be considered as toys. Make sure you apply them out of the reach of children under 3 years of age, especially children in a cot, crib or bed, to avoid a possible choking hazard.