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Retro Daisies Yellow RETile Decal

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RETile decals can be used to accent or transform your existing ceramic, stone or glass tiles. They are easy to apply and can be removed in the future without leaving a sticky residue. Each design can be ordered on a white or clear background depending on your desired effect.

 How to choose a background material:

Clear material allows for the color of your existing tile to show through the decal giving the appearance that the graphic is part of your existing tile work. This is best for adding design elements into a large area of simple solid color tiles.

White material is completely opaque so the existing tile cannot be seen - this is ideal for covering cracked or damaged tiles or existing tiles which may have an undesirable color or design (those pink and yellow tiles were awesome 100 years ago.... now maybe not your taste)

Specifications:

Set of 10 decals per package
Size: 4.25 Inch
Material: Hi-gloss vinyl
Color: Pantone 7406
Made in the USA



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