How Do I Apply My Cornhole Decal?

How Do I Apply My Cornhole Decal?

Earlier on our blog, we've listed a quick guide on how to build your cornhole board as well as a quick guide on how to apply a layer of polyurethane, but if you're a visual learner, then you are in the right place!

While these decals are still very easy to apply, it is packaged differently than our wall decals, so they aren't as simple to remove. The XL wall decals are engineered specifically to peel and place so you can take them with you if you move or want to adjust it on your wall, but the cornhole and car decals are a lot stronger - once they're done it takes a lot more work to get them up. In fact, we received a one-star review on Amazon once because the decal was "too sticky". Take that as you may. Like Mitch says in the video, line everything up and double check your measurements before really pushing down the decal and removing the transfer tape!

As a novice handyman whose skills are limited to basic drywalling and maybe screwing in a new lightbulb, having someone tell me exactly what to do is so incredibly helpful. Our incredibly creative and good friend Mitch helped us make this video about how to successfully apply your cornhole decals and make your boards better than anyone's you've ever seen!

At this point in the summer, we don't know for sure if college football will be played in full; the Big Ten and Pac-12 recently announced conference only games, so all you Spartan and Golden Bear fans out there still have at least a few Saturdays worth of tailgating with your awesome boards. But - college football or not, we want everyone to be safe, smart, and healthy. Make sure you wear a mask, wash your hands, and stay home if you're feeling under the weather.

Another great thing about cornhole - it can be played whether there's a college football season or not! In fact, because you can play cornhole while still properly socially distancing, maybe that should take over as the primary collegiate sport in the fall (I think we're on to something!). But before we get too sad about potentially losing our beautiful fall Saturdays, you came here to learn how to make your boards look great. Click the link below to watch and learn!

Thanks again Mitch!


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