FAQs

We’re continuously adding to our FAQ page. Let us know if you have additional question and we can include it there.

Where can I stick my decals?
You can can be very creative with where to stick the decals. Some ideas are: insulated tumblers, mobile phone, laptop, tablets, car windows, vehicles, office or home walls, glass windows, mirrors, ceramics, tupperwares, and so much more! We do not recommend the decals be stuck on paper, cloth or soft surfaces that wrinkle.

Where can I buy your decals?
Our gadget decals are available for purchase online and some ready-made designs are available at Igig Center in Promenade Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila, Philippines.

Can you make me a custom decal?
Yes we can! Just send us an email with your design or a photo of something you have in mind and we can produce it for you. No minimum order necessary, but we give special discounts for bulk orders!

Do you also sell phone cases?
Our main product is decals. But if you want a phone case to showcase your lovely new decal, we also sell transparent cases for iPhone 5, 5S 6, 6S, 6+, SE.

I want a decal giveaway for my brand. Do you customize?
Yes. We can work with you to produce your very own brand decal, as well as co-branded packaging (plastic & paper insert) to package the decal.

Can you make glass or wall decals?
Yes, we can work with you to ensure you have a unique and cost-efficient decal display for your restaurant, shop, office, or home.
Our quotes depend on size and complexity of design. If you stick with us, we will offer you a complete package, from design and brainstorming up until installation of your decal display.

How to apply a decal with transfer sheet backing?
Watch the video below:

 

Are the decals safe to stick? Easy to peel?
We recommend to stick the decals on a smooth surface. The decals hardly leave any sticky residue compared to other stickers. They are especially safe for iPhones and Macbooks. But if you do encounter sticky residue, you can use the sticky part of the removed decal to lift the remaining bits.

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