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Vinyl murals - easy to get off?

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icapturethecastle Sat 05-Mar-11 22:21:28

Thinking of putting one of those vinyl murals up in DS's bedroom. Has anyone used and successfully removed without damaging walls. Also are they are faff to get up in the first place. Many thanks

geordieminx Sun 06-Mar-11 09:24:11

I just put one on ds's room, it's woody (about 90cm) and his name underneath... It looks fantastic. Was dead easy to put up.. No bubbling or anything

[[ http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Toy-Story-WOODY-Vinyl-Wall-Art-Sticker-Decal-2-/180609627562?pt=UK_Wallpaper&var=&hash=item6fc338049d#ht_4007wt_689 this is the one we got]]

Not sure how easy they are to get off... Guess I'll know in 2 or so years

geordieminx Sun 06-Mar-11 09:24:58

here

icapturethecastle Sun 06-Mar-11 13:57:17

Thank you - I have ordered it and will hope for the best. It is a kids world map - just need to make sure I put everything in the right place!!

linspins Mon 07-Mar-11 13:13:13

Icapturethecastle, where did you get your map from? Sounds cool..

geordieminx Mon 07-Mar-11 19:54:11

They sell them on notonthehighstreet.com

icapturethecastle Mon 07-Mar-11 22:43:26

here It was from ebay - they do sell a more grown up version on notonthehighstreet. It is coming from Korea (!) but was only £7.99 with free del. I hope it is ok!

hophophippidtyhop Tue 08-Mar-11 08:18:09

Should come off easy - it's the same vinyl that they use to sign write vans, shop facias, windows, etc. My dp is a signwriter and covered dd's wardrobe in a huge woody and buzz!

BoBoo Tue 08-Mar-11 09:50:57

I had loads of little fiddly flowers and insects up in DD's room - they were up for about a year and a half and came off no problem when we had to move.

IngridBergmann Tue 08-Mar-11 10:05:50

I'm so sorry but this thread is right next to one about someone's fanjo, and when I saw the title I was sure it said Vaginal Murals.

Now isn't that a great idea to compliment your vajazzle? grin

Sorry blush

Mich995 Wed 17-Apr-13 13:18:43

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