Yes you can, but it maya get to be a mess if it gets cockeyed or gets air bubbles under it. We used to have a Gerber Graphics machine at work which is a commercial plastic / vynil cutting machine that is used to cut letters and signs and graphics out of peel and press vynil material. Recomendation in manual stated to use Window or plain water witha few drops of liquid dish washing soap added, and sqeegee from cener outwards to ensure its bubble free. Even the folks that install the window tint film use water or soap/water to get air bubbles out. It makes for an easier job of applying decals, you don;t strecth them out of shape, you eliminate air bubbles under them and you can get the positioned correctly, and if you find a nub under it in the process you can easily lift it and remove nub and redo. After a few hours its there to stay.Originally posted by johndeere
Are you sure these are not stick on decals.Pull the back paper off and apply?