UVDTF Information


UV DTF, or UV Direct to Film, stickers combine the benefits of UV-cured inks and direct-to-film (DTF) technology. Unlike commonly knowns stickers, which are typically printed on vinyl or paper, UV DTF stickers are created by applying UV-cured ink directly onto a specialized transfer film. This printing process results in vivid, high-resolution designs with exceptional color accuracy and stunning vibrancy.

UV DTFs are white inked backed permanent decal.  They can be used on hard flat surfaces and are great over dark colors!

Why are UV DTF's so amazing....

  1. Waterproof
  2. Scratch Resistant
  3. No weeding
  4. No heat
  5. Epoxy isn't required (but works great over them also)



Hand wash only. Do NOT put in microwave. Do NOT soak. Do NOT pick at or peel image. Do NOT store in extreme heat. 



1. Wash the surface of the product you will be applying the decal to with soap and water and let dry. I personally do not recommend alcohol however some people claim to have no problems with it. 

2. Once you have decided where you would like to place your UVDTF, peel the backing away (either entirely if you are comfortable with UVDTF application or a small corner to make sure it is line up where you want it exactly)

3. Carefully start to press on your UVDTF to make sure you are working bubbles out as you go. UVDTFs have a strong gripping adhesive which so please make sure you are certain of the placement before starting to apply the Image. 

4. Firmly press the design into the surface to get rid of any remaining bubbles and help adhere the design to your surface. 

5. Peel away top transfer sheet slowly. (I find it helpful to peel at an angle.) 

We, Wrekked Customs, LLC, are not responsible for application misplacement.

These instructions are based on guidelines from multiple manufacturers, as well as from personal experience with the products. The specific application process may vary depending on the type of material you are using and your own preferences once you get comfortable with the application process.