How do I protect my motorcycle decals?

How do I protect my motorcycle decals?

Use a Protection Tape It’s not very common, but it’s not uncommon either. Some stores have it, you just gotta ask for it. The protection tape works as an added transparent layer of protection for your stickers to prevent the edges from lifting, and as a scratch-resistant surface.

Why shouldn’t you put stickers on your helmet?

The adhesive of common stickers is not strong enough to break down the coating of the helmet. They are also too weak to keep any moving parts on your helmet from functioning properly.

Should you put stickers on your motorcycle?

It is generally safe to put stickers or vinyl cutouts on your helmet.

Is it safe to put stickers on helmets?

Stickers are generally harmless to your helmet. They are decorative and pose a low risk, if any, to the structural integrity of your helmet. The adhesive of common stickers is not strong enough to break down the coating of the helmet.

Can you put clear coat over decals?

Vinyl decals were never intended to have a clear coat put on top, as far as we can discover within product specifications. However, many people have tried this way with great success. Most people consider that the decals will last longer because of having a coat of clear paint or lacquer applied over them.

Why are there holes in helmets?

Most helmets employ a similar system these days. They have one or more vent holes on the front or top of the helmet crown which allows air to pass through the helmet shell into the helmet. From there, air’s usually directed through channels in the polystyrene shock absorbing liner and onto the head.

Is there an expiration date on motorcycle helmets?

Helmets have a limited lifespan because the resin and other materials used in the manufacturing process over time can be effected by your body fluids, hair oils, ultraviolet light and normal wear and tear. It is prudent advice to replace your helmet 5 years after purchase or 7 years after the production date.

What is a sticker bomb?

A form of street art Sticker bombing (also known as sticker art, or sticker slapping) is where stickers are used to cover a surface and in doing so to create a form of art, or to promote a certain message. Sticker bombing is a form of graffiti art.