After looking at all the different wall decals they have available, I decided to test them out and see if their products really work. I chose to test out their chalk talk and write about my experience.
Next I made sure the dimensions of the decal would fit the wall space that I wanted to put the decal on. Thankfully everything worked out. The only issue I thought I would run into was the wall I wanted to put the decal on is not smooth. It has some texture on it, so I was a little worried.
Then I measured where exactly I wanted the decal to go on the wall and placed the sticky paper with the decal on the wall.
A few years ago a friend told me that the best way to get vinyl decals to stick to your wall was to stick the decal on and then get a credit card and slowly remove the sticky paper by placing the credit card on the paper side and push down on the decal as you roll the paper off the decal. This would help keep the decal on the wall instead of having it stick on the sticky paper. This actually worked great!
The finished product looked great on my wall, but I was skeptical that the chalk would actually work.
My kids love chalk so I grabbed one of their chalk buckets and thought about what we were doing for the day. Splash Pad!!! We were going to go to the Splash Pad today!!! So I got the chalk and wrote "Spash Pad" on the decal.
Next, It was time for the real test. I grabbed a tissue and started to erase the words "Splash Pad" from the decal and HOLLY HANNA!!!! It worked!!!! As you can see... the words, "Splash Pad" are totally gone from the decal!!!!! I am sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo happy with this product!!!!! Also, if you notice the decal even worked on my textured wall!!!! Now the only problem I will have is deciding which decal to purchase next! :)