An exact 1:1 reproduction study of the Radio Anti-Theft stickers for the first-generation NA Mazda Miata, model years 1990 through 1997.
This is produced using quality period-correct methods from many decades ago, which has been superseded by more economical methods of printing.
Created using durable, reusable static-cling vinyl and acrylic ink.
These stickers were developed with the goal of outlasting the original stickers. The originals are one-time use. We set out to create a sticker that would solve this problem.
Our stickers are transferable between replacement windows and can be repositioned during and after application. The print is highly resistant to sun fade- a quality not commonly found amongst most stickers produced using modern methods.
Due to the handcrafted nature of these stickers, each sticker will have its own character and imperfections. While these differences are unavoidable, we strive to deliver the highest quality product we can offer. All sales are final.
- Park the vehicle in a shaded area and confirm triangle window is cool to the touch.
- Position a microfiber towel on the upper door card near the triangle window.
- Clean the window using a quality ammonia-free window cleaner product.
- Mist the window and sticker with window cleaner (more is better).
- Position the sticker at the lower part of the triangle window, near a corner. The sticker can be moved and repositioned at this time.
- Once satisfied with its position, press and hold the sticker on either side while squeezing out the window cleaner liquid with a rigid plastic card or applicator tool.
- Dab area with a dry microfiber towel to absorb all moisture. The sticker should no longer move.
- Let dry overnight. Initial appearance may have many tiny air bubbles; this is normal. This should go away after the sticker sets. Final appearance should a smooth finish.
- Static-cling industrial-grade vinyl
- High durability
- High resistance to fade
- 3.5″ x 1.5″