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Product description

Color:Qly9m4t0wbze  |  Size:34"×51"

This removable fake windows wall decal stickers, an easy and fast way to decorate your room, would bring a poetic and picturesque natural scenery to your home.

Specifications:

- Material: PVC/Vinyl;

- Non-toxic,environmental protection;

- Fashion Design and High Quality;

- Package:1PC 3D Fake Window Wall Sticker.

Easy to Apply:

1.Choose a smooth surface, and clean it before sticking;

2.Peel the stickers from the sheet one by one;

3.Stick on the clean surface without pressing it, so that you can remove it, if needed;

4.Press the decals firmly and use a credit card to squeeze air bubbles out.

Note:

- When you receive the sticker, it is rolled up. However it is easier to work with when the sticker is flat.So please use hard flat things to lay on it to flat.Begin to stick on your wall when it is flat enough.

- Please note that slight color difference should be acceptable due to the light and screen.

- Please allow tiny measuring error due to manual measurement.

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