Black Marlin Fish Sticker


Premium quality printing and vinyl. The most vivid and durable fish stickers on the market. 320mm long port and starboard mirror sets for $39.95

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Applying the Black Marlin Sticker

The Black Marlin Sticker is easy to apply at home.  Take the time to make sure your placement is right on both sides and step back to look at the overall boat before adhering.


Before diving into the application process, gather the following materials:

  • Black Marlin Fish Sticker
  • Mild detergent (dishwashing liquid is fine)
  • Water
  • Clean cloth or sponge
  • Masking tape
  • Squeegee or credit card
  • Pin or needle

Prepping Your Boat for the Black Marlin Sticker

Begin by cleaning the surface of your boat where you intend to place the Black Marlin Sticker. Mix mild detergent with water and use a clean cloth or sponge to thoroughly clean the area.   Wait for it to dry and ensure all dirt, grime, and residue are removed for optimal adhesion.

Applying the Fish Sticker

  1. Positioning the Sticker: Carefully choose the placement of the sticker on your boat. Ensure it’s centred and aligned to your liking. Stick it in place with masking tape and step back from the boat to ensure a good overall location.
  2. Peeling Off the Backing: Gently peel off the backing of the sticker, taking care not to touch the adhesive side too much.
  3. Applying the Sticker: Slowly lower the sticker onto the boat’s surface, starting from one edge and working your way across. Use a squeegee or credit card to smooth as you apply the sticker.
  4. Removing Air Bubbles: If air bubbles form under the sticker, don’t worry. Use a pin or needle to carefully puncture the bubble, then press the air out towards the puncture point. Smooth over the area with your finger or the squeegee to ensure proper adhesion.

Final Touches and Maintenance

After applying the Black Marlin Sticker, give it a final inspection to ensure it’s securely in place and free of imperfections. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners on the sticker, as these may damage both the sticker and your boat’s surface. Regularly check for any signs of wear and tear, with proper care, your fish sticker will enhance the aesthetics of your boat for years to come.