If shipping to a US address, please refer to the map.
If the package is being shipped outside of the US it is best to go to UPS's website and enter the shipping information:
Ship From: United States, Kingston, 60145
Ship To: Country, City, Postal Code.
Log into your account at decalmx.com. Under My Orders click "View Order History" and then click "View Order" next to the order you're checking. You may also Contact Us .
There are too many logos for us to possibly show on the live examples and we cannot guarantee exact placement when our team designs your DeCals. However, a proof is available for only $39.00.
Once the order is submitted our art team will email proof instructions when the design is ready. The proof will be viewed by logging in to your account on decalmx.com, and then click "View Proofs". If the proof is declined and changes are needed a second proof will be provide with one more opportunity to make changes. If a third proof is needed an additional proof fee may apply.
This depends on the graphic design and bike model. If you have a specific area you want your name placed please Contact Us when submitting an order.
We offer every industry standard logo such as FMF, Alpinestars, Gaerne and any of our text styles at no charge. If you have a custom logo, please email it to email@example.com before submitting at no charge. We will review the logo and provide you with an artwork setup quote. Vector files formats are preferred over .jpeg or similar file formats and will result in a lower quote.
Sorry but we do not accept returns on Number Plate Backgrounds or Semi Custom Kits. Once the DeCal is printed it has become yours. It's very rare that another customer will need or want the exact number, name, design, color scheme and logos. On a case by case basis we will consider returns on Ready Made Kits.
A standard Iron will ruin your new Jersey Print. We recommend sending us your jersey so we can professionally apply it. If you have a local sports store willing to apply your jersey please click the link Jersey Print Instructions .
Do not select a different make, model or year hoping the DeCals will fit. We will not refund or accept returns for items entered incorrectly on a web order. Please Contact Us to learn if we offer DeCals for your bike.
Please Contact Us and we will setup your Military Discount. Thank you for your service!
We recommend using our Application Solution System which can be purchased by clicking the link Application System.
Below is an article stating why we do not recommend Windex®.
Windex®. Invented in 1933 by Harry R. Drackett, this wonderful product has been used for cleaning glass longer than most of us have been alive. As always with a good product, people will discover a few unintended uses that its creators never imagined, some of these uses are good, and some bad. Applying vinyl graphics with Windex® just happens to fall into the category of VERY BAD! First let's look at what Windex® really is. Windex® is a glass cleaner, period. Its purpose is blazingly simple, clean a glass surface without leaving streaks for optimal clarity, and nothing more. In recent years the brand Windex® has spawned more surface cleaning products, but we're going to concentrate on the well known Windex® glass cleaner. Wikipedia lists the ingredients of Windex® as Isopropyl Alcohol, Ethyl Glycol, and Ammonia (Ammonium hydroxide). The Ammonia (NH3) is used because of it's aggressive cleaning properties and because it isn't prone to streaking. Traditionally Ammonia has been used in various processes from cleaning solvents, soil fertilization to industrial refrigerants. Ammonia is a very important chemical in the modern world, but let's just say the same properties that make it an effective solvent don't lend well to applying vinyl. Some of the downsides of Ammonia is that it is both caustic and hazardous, (though we're not implying that Windex is a hazardous product) and reacts poorly with other chemicals, especially chlorine. Ammonia just isn't compatible with Poly Vinyl Chloride, (vinyl film) or the adhesive systems that are used in today's films. In fact, in the vinyl film industry, a combination of Ammonia Hydroxide and heat is used to break down installed vinyl films to be easily removed. When you use a window cleaner like Windex® to prepare and apply vinyl films, you're taking the chance of shortening the life of your film and contributing to a failure. One other interesting thing Windex® is responsible for is creating an industry of "blue" glass cleaners to compete with. This complicates things even more as many of these competitors of Windex® manufacture products that may contain petroleum distillates, carnauba wax, silicone, and various forms of alcohol and glycol ethers. This may be a great thing for achieving that streak free shine on your new glass patio doors, but once again not so good when it comes to being in control of quality vinyl film application.
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