We have taken numerous actions to protect customers, staff, and suppliers from risk of infection including having office staff work from home and increased social distancing in our production area amongst many other measures.
At present Tinyme has not been affected by government mandated shutdowns and continues to promptly dispatch orders out of our Australian Studio. Our shipping partners are continuing to operate so we are able to ship cute personalized products to our US customers at this point in time.
We are monitoring delivery times and have seen some modest delays and have therefore decided to suspend our rush order service for the time being. We have adjusted our published standard delivery time estimates to reflect recent experience and therefore are confident that they will be fairly accurate.
Choose your Surface: Tinyme wall stickers will stick to most clean flat surfaces and even some textured surfaces. For freshly painted walls allow a 3 week drying period.
Clean Wall: Before Applying your wall stickers, you should make sure the surface is clean and dust free.
Stick Them Up: To transform that boring blank wall start by designing your layout. Carefully peel the stickers off the backing paper and stick onto the wall.
Gently Rub Sticker: Gently rub over the surface of the sticker with a soft cloth or the back of your hand from the centre outwards, pushing out any air bubbles.
To Take Them Down: To remove, carefully lift a corner and whilst folding the sticker back on itself, slowly peel off. Our wall stickers shouldn't damage your wall, but it's important to be careful when removing in case the wall has been poorly prepared before painting. If you are concerned, or if the wall offers resistance, heat with a hairdryer while removing. The backing paper is a good place to store your stickers.
Warning Tinyme wall stickers are designed for decoration only and are not to be considered as a toy. Please ensure that they are out of reach of children under 3 years of age, especially children in a cot, crib or bed to avoid a possible choking hazard.