Decal - Toilet Bowl Lid / Close the lid the dog has a drinking problem
The decal is designed to be placed on the inside of a toilet lid and is made using outdoor sign vinyl, ensuring its durability and longevity even through regular cleaning. The vinyl material is specifically chosen for its ability to withstand water, moisture, and cleaning agents, making it ideal for this application.
The decal features a bold and eye-catching design that immediately grabs attention. The text reads, "Please close the lid - the dog has a drinking problem," with each word clearly legible. The text is printed in a contrasting color, such as black or dark blue, to ensure maximum visibility against the background of the toilet lid.
At 8" x 9", the decal is carefully crafted to fit most standard toilet lids without obstructing the lid's functionality or causing any discomfort. It covers a significant portion of the inside surface, making it easily noticeable whenever the lid is lifted.
To ensure the decal remains securely attached, it is equipped with a strong adhesive backing that bonds firmly to the surface of the toilet lid. Despite its strong adhesive properties, the decal can be removed without leaving any residue or causing damage to the lid by using a plastic razor blade.
Overall, this decal serves as a humorous and friendly reminder to close the toilet lid, with a playful twist about the dog's drinking habits. Its durable construction and resistant vinyl material ensure that it will continue to deliver the intended message effectively, even with regular cleaning and usage.
- Use rubbing alcohol to clean non-porous surfaces before applying.
- Remove the back plastic from the decal and put the decal in place.
- Use a credit card or other stiff device to very firmly push down on the decal through the transfer paper.
- Pull the transfer paper off of the decal in a horizontal motion - straight back, not up. If the decal is not completely stuck to the surface replace the transfer paper and continue to apply pressure to the areas not adhering.
- Wait at least 48 hours for the adhesive to cure before getting wet.