Where do I start?
Where do I start?
Tips for using JesRose Vinyl
It's very evident that our amazing customers have some very detailed and varied plans for their homes, and it's been wonderful to see what you've all come up with!
We do get -lots- of questions about where our vinyl is suitable for, what surfaces does it cover and how to apply it. We'll cover all that and more in our how-to guide below.
- Measuring Up & Order Sizes
- Suitability in your home
- How to apply your vinyl
- How to remove your vinyl
1. Measuring Up & Order Sizes
Measuring. You need to spend a good amount of time measuring what you want to cover. It sounds silly, but we've seen a few people underestimate their measurements and come up a bit short.
Designs. All of our designs are completely seamless, so you can match panels of vinyl together quickly and easily.
Samples. One thing that we definitely cannot recommend enough, is to order a sample. Our customers plan amazing things and we want to make sure that it's perfect. Colours can look a little different on screen than they are printed, so we really encourage you to get a sample or two in advance. As all of our prints are done bespoke for you, we're not able to accept returns on them if you don't like the colour.
Ordering. All of our designs are 0.6m wide and then you can order the length that you need.
If you order longer lengths, we'll deliver them in a number of pieces. For example - order 2m and get 2 x 1m prints, or order 3m and you'll get 2 x 1.5m prints.
We print it like that so your pieces are manageable, allows our printers to check that the designs are seamless and also allows us to post using normal parcel sizes so we can offer a decent postage rate.
Check out our sizing guide below:
2. Suitability in your home
One of our most asked questions is, where can I put the vinyl in my home?
The answer is, it's pretty much suitable anywhere!
We offer two different types of vinyl:
Standard Vinyl -
Our standard vinyl is our original, tried and tested vinyl covering for all over your home.
It can be applied on (not exclusively):
- Furniture - TV units, tables, benches, cabinets, dressers
- Walls - while it can be applied to painted walls and wallpaper, it can damage these on removal so care should be taken before applying
- Kitchen - worktops, backsplash, tiles, cupboards, appliances
- Bathroom - tiles, backsplash, bath panels
- Fire Place
Floor and Wall Vinyl -
Our floor and wall vinyl comes with non-slip properties and has extra sticky adhesive on the back.
So not only can it be used for all of the applications above, this means it's amazing for covering all ranges of flooring such as tiles, laminate and wood. It's pretty special.
Have a look below at some ways our customers have applied our vinyl.
3. How to apply your vinyl
Applying your vinyl is really easy. We've got some tips for you here, and you can see some of our video tutorials below!
First, make sure your vinyl is cut to the right size. You can cut it down by measuring out your design on the back of the print, and just use scissors to cut it down to size.
Remember the old saying, measure twice - cut once.
2. Get a clean surface
Make sure the surface you want to apply it on is clean. You want to make sure it's clean but not damp, so make sure to remove any excess moisture off where you're going to apply your vinyl.
3. Apply slowly
Start by peeling off a little of one edge of the vinyl. You can use this sticky edge to line up your design against it's back drop, and then slowly remove more of the backing. Use our squeegee or another flat tool to smooth out the vinyl as you go, this will ensure there are no bubbles. Keep going until your whole design has been applied. If needed, trim the edges to size.
(Note: make sure whatever tool you use doesn't scratch the surface, our squeegee is rubber and goes over smoothly and safely)
- Laid it down and it's at a bit of an angle? Don't worry, you can lift and reapply your vinyl to get it right properly.
- Applying it to a wall? For the best results, overlap a small amount of the vinyl to make sure none of the edges catch.
4. How to remove your vinyl
Removing your vinyl is really simple too!
We've seen so many of you make over your rented spaces, so we had to make sure that you could remove your vinyl and leave things just as you left it.
To remove your vinyl, you just need to pick up one of the corners of the vinyl until you're able to get a whole edge free.
While our vinyl is safe on walls and painted surfaces, you need to make sure that you don't pull too hard or too quickly when removing the vinyl. With surfaces like worktops, glass and tiles, you can be a little firmer with it.
When you've peeled off the vinyl, there may be a small amount of the adhesive left on the surface. A damp sponge with some soap will take this straight off and leave your surfaces exactly as they were.
So what's your next project going to be?
We hope we've been able to answer any question you have about our amazing vinyl.
If you do have any questions, get in touch and we'll be able to help you out and find something suitable for your next project.