TheQuote Wall Stickers itself is not a big deal, it's the glossy paint (or paneling veneer) that will drive you nuts as you try to install a wall sticker over a paint surface that doesn't want anything sticking to it. Just use some elbow grease and you'll do fine. We recommend chunkier letters with cinder block and paneling since fine lettering can get stuck in the recesses pretty easily. And now for a word about the look of printed vs. cut vinyl. We do both printed and cut vinyl, and our favorite medium is always the cut vinyl since it looks the best on any wall. The photo below is cut vinyl, and there is no outline or anything to detract from the design itself. For the best results on any texture, cut vinyl is your best bet.MORE ON WallStickerDeal.com
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