LiteMark Reflective Black Variety Pack of Sticker Decals for Helmets, Bicycles, Strollers, Wheelchairs and More – 51 Total (Assorted Shapes and Sizes)


$10.95


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LiteMark Reflective Black Variety Pack of Sticker Decals for Helmets, Bicycles, Strollers, Wheelchairs and More - 51 Total (Assorted Shapes and Sizes)

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$10.95



Express your individuality! Easily customize helmets, vehicles, equipment, and safety gear. These durable, high quality reflective helmet decals will last for years.
Variety Pack 2 2 – 2 Inch Triangles 8 – .5 Inch Triangles 2 – .75 Inch Squares 9 – .5 inch Squares 7 – .25 X 6 Inch Strips 6 – 1 X 1.5 Inch Rectangles 2 – .75 Inch Dots 3 – .5 Inch Dots 12 – .25 Inch Dots.
FEATURES:
LiteMark Reflective Decals make excellent bicycle helmet stickers, hard hat stickers, bike stickers, and motorcycle helmet stickers. Apply these reflective stickers to strollers, scooters, wagons, and wheelchairs for a unique look and extra visibility.
Available in many shapes and designs
Easy peel and stick application
Durable weatherproof adhesive will last up to 7 years
Made in the USA
COLORS:
Orange – Yellow – White – Lemon
Bright retro-reflective colors for increased visibility.
Red – Green – Blue – Purple
Moderate retro-reflective colors for enhanced visibility.
Black
Not recommended for safety applications. Reflects direct light straight on. Use to create a sleek look or cool effect.
APPLICATION:
Works best on glass, smooth plastic, and metal surfaces. Be sure the application surface is clean and dry. Remove the decal from the backing and position it over the location you want to apply it to. Adhere one edge to the surface then smooth the rest on working out any air bubbles. Ensure that there is a good seal around the entire edge of the sticker.Customize helmets, accessories, bikes, Big Wheels, tricycles, wheelchairs, wagons, strollers and more!
Works best on smooth plastic and metal surfaces
Easy peel and stick application
Weatherproof adhesive will last up to 7 years
Provides a cool effect when light hits it from the right angle.