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Old 07-10-2013, 05:34 PM   #1
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Decals(not jayco's) on aluminum sided TT

We do all of our camping at the ocean. I have the inside decorated beachie, but I am trying to think of ways of making the outside a little more beachie. I see these decals that people place on the rear truck and car windows. I was wondering if those would go on aluminum siding? Also I wonder if removal would be hard? The decals I am talking about are like salt life or it's 5 o'clock somewhere types. The directions on the salt life ones simply refer to applying to "desired" surface.

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Old 07-11-2013, 07:29 AM   #2
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It depends. Some of the window type go on the inside and are not made to withstand weather. The ones that go on the outside are usually automotive quality vinyl and go on very easy and come off with a hair dryer. They will withstand a lot of weather conditions. They should stick to paint just fine. You may want to search for ones that are made for application over automotive paint.
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