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Using wall stencils

  1. Make sure wall is clean and free from lumps, bumps or debris
  2. Load up your roller with paint
  3. Use 3M re positioning Spray Mount on reverse of your stencil
  4. Position and lightly paint. Repeating lightly better than trying to do in a 'oner'
  5. Remove stencil carefully. Your logo is now beautifully painted!

Our stencils are made form 350 micron Polyester film. It is flexible, durable, reusable and washable.

This video shows at a small scale for purposes of this video but our wall stencils can be made to ANY size. There is no limit!

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