decal for IKEA DUKTIG play kitchen
Made in Germany
- All wall/play foils are suitable for children from the age of 3 and for indoor use only. If you do not apply the film immediately, please keep it out of the reach of children. It must not be used by children until it is stuck down.
- The film may only be applied to furniture with sufficient surface area. The foils must not protrude beyond the piece of furniture.
- Our play foils may only be used under adult supervision and should be inspected for any damage before use. The piece of play furniture must NOT be used if any parts are damaged.
- If a corner of the foil no longer adheres due to repeated nibbling, the toy no longer meets the safety requirements and must be removed from circulation.
- If the film is peeled off and re-adhered to another wall or another piece of furniture, the toy no longer meets the safety requirements due to changed adhesive properties and must be removed from circulation .
What you need:
- Chipboard (32 x 67.5 cm) as backsplash. You can buy it for 2-3 euros at a DIY store.
- Small nails
2. Peel off the backing paper
Small pieces can be completely removed from the backing paper immediately. For large pieces of film, peel off only a 10 cm wide strip of the backing paper at the beginning. This prevents the large adhesive surface from sticking to another adhesive surface and makes it easier to apply. It is best to apply large surfaces together with a second person.
Tip: To simplify the process, carefully cut the individual stickers apart with scissors to make them easier to stick.
3. Place the film
4. Sticking on the foil
5. Fastening the splash guard
6. Fixing the handles and lid
To reattach the handles, pierce the holes in the foil with a screwdriver. Now you can screw the handles on as usual.
Instructions for removing the film
We have the following tip for removing the film from the furniture: Heat the film with a hair dryer and carefully and slowly pull it off at a 45° angle. Please note that we do not have any information about the condition of the piece of furniture or your wall at . It is therefore not possible to exclude the possibility that the film may be damaged. Therefore, it cannot be ruled out that paint, wallpaper, varnish or other surfaces may be damaged when removing the film.