• Read all of the instructions first before starting the application so you understand the entire process
  • Clean the rim with isopropyl alcohol and let it completely dry before applying the stickers
  • You can count your spoke holes and divide by 4 in order to figure out the 90 degree orientation to the middle of the sticker. If you have a 32h rim, the middle of the sticker should be 8 counts from the valve sticker.
  • You can fold the sticker in half to double check where the middle is, just be sure not to press down to hard to avoid making a crease.
  • Leave a 1.5-2mm gap along the outside of the rim
  • Pull the sticker off the backing and apply from the outer diameter first so that you get the correct gap along the outside of the rim. Smooth the sticker on with your finger going back and forth across it’s length and work your way to the inner diameter.
  • Watch out for any air bubbles as you apply. If a bubble forms, gently lift the sticker to open up the spot with the bubble, and apply pressure to work it out. Do not handle the sticker too aggressively or it can stretch out
  • Be sure to use clean hands when working with stickers, and if you must touch the back (sticky part) then it is best to use a piece of the wax paper so you do not contaminate the sticker.
  • If there is a contaminant on the back of the sticker, you can try a drop of water on that spot to work the debris off of it. If left on, it may show through.