Myrte Kingfisher Double-sided Window Sticker


How sad, those birds that suddenly fly into the window unsuspectingly. It happens quite often, we have stickers that ensure that the birds see the window. Stick them on the outside of your window so that birds have a safe flight!!

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Product information

Myrte Kingfisher Double-sided Window Stickers


Do you recognize this? You're sitting comfortably reading and suddenly you hear a dull thud. Then it turns out that a bird has flown into the window. That happens quite often. Birds have trouble recognizing a window. They don't see the glass and think they can fly through it. Poor birds.

Fortunately, you can do something about it. Window stickers help! Everything you stick to the window on the outside ensures that birds can see the window.

Product info:

  • 21 x 26.2cm sheet with 2 stickers of the kingfisher (each 18.2 x 13cm and 22.5 x 19.3cm)
  • Printed on both sides. You will see the picture inside and outside.
  • Sticks to any clean window
  • Printed in the Netherlands
  • Opaque matte sticker
  • Full size for that wild spot effect



Follow these instructions to apply your window stickers as tightly as possible.

  1. Choose a spot on the window where you want to apply the window sticker.
  2. Make sure the window is clean and dry.
  3. Roughly cut out the sticker.
  4. Carefully remove the sticky part around the sticker using a sharp knife.
  5. Fold the back in half.
  6. Place the top half of the sticker in place.
  7. Use a card to push the sticker against the window from top to bottom.

And that's it, enjoy the view!!


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