FAQ

What are your decals made of?

At Kismet Decals, we believe in quality. Our decals are cut from matte-finish, premium quality, removable Oracal vinyl. Oracal are world leaders in manufacturing durable, long lasting and highly adhesive vinyls which can withstand the elements. When purchasing from us, trust that quality is never compromised.
Our wall decals are made for indoor use so they will not cause any damage to your wall.

Will the wall decal stick to my wall?

Yes! Our vinyl wall decals stick to any non-porous paint, metal, wood, glass, ceramic, tile, and plastic. If your surface is smooth and non-greasy then our products will stick. However, they will not stick to brick, stone, unfinished wood, rough-textured porous surfaces, uneven, freshly painted or wet surfaces. Make sure you wipe the wall with piece of dry cloth to remove any dust and cobwebs.

That said, our wall decals stick best on smooth, flat, finished surfaces. So if you're looking at alternative places to stick our decals, channel your creative side and stick them on mirrors, sliding doors, fridge doors, kitchen appliances, wooden furniture or anywhere that is dry, smooth and flat!

For those with recently painted walls, we suggest allowing the fresh paint to dry off completely for 2-3 weeks before applying wall stickers. Or else, you may end up having the wall decals’ adhesive getting stuck to the wall in the drying process.

Are your wall decals removable?

Yes! Our wall decals are guaranteed to remove safe and clean for up to 3 years.

Are your wall decals reusable?

Unfortunately, our wall decals can be removed but not reused. As our wall decals are made of vinyl, they are designed to take the shape of your wall to look like paint so they might lose their shape once removed.

I'm looking for wall decals in a smaller/bigger size. Do you customize designs in specific sizes?

Yes, we welcome all enquiries about customizing our available designs and even designs of your own. Just let us know what size you'd like your decal(s) to be in and we will check if it's possible to do so.