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  • Where do you ship
    We ship to all 50 states in the United States, as well as internationally. Please note that international orders may be subject to customs fees and/or taxes that are the responsibility of the customer.
  • What is your return policy?
    We strive to deliver the best possible experience and should you have an issue, we will work to make it right. View our policy here
  • Do you wholesale?
    Absolutely. We are on a mission to share our products with as many people as possible and help amplify everyone's identity. We would love to explore the opportunity of a wholesale relationship. Please email us directly at to inquire further.
  • How long will they last?
    Our stickers are fade resistant for approximately three to five years. The printing and matte coating is super resistant too. Depending on where you place these they could last a lifetime!
  • What are products made of?
    Our stickers are printed on a thick, premium material known technically as polyvinyl chloride, or PVC. We sought out the most rugged material available so that your item will survive in even the toughest conditions.
  • Are your products waterproof?
    While anyone who loves the outdoors knows that few things are completely waterproof, we're happy to report that our products will survive rainstorms, a dunk in a lake, or the dishwasher. They will withstand exposure to wind, rain, sunlight and snow (and can be frozen without damage to a degree). This is due in part to a selection of high-grade materials.
  • If removed, will the sticker leave a residue?
    Depending on how long they're applied, our stickers may leave a residue, but unlikely. Luckily, there are several ways to easily remove sticker residue. Try one of these: Rubbing alcohol: Use an old washcloth to apply rubbing alcohol to the residue. It should break down easily and then you can wipe it away with a damp towel. Goo Gone: Goo Gone is specifically designed for removing adhesive. Just spray the residue and wipe with a towel. Peanut butter: Take a small dab with your finger and rub into the residue. The oils from the peanut butter will break apart the stickiness. This method is a little unconventional, but works (and tastes) great! Other products to use: If you’re short on any of the supplies above, here are some other household products that work well (with proper care taken): Nail polish remover Cooking oil Baking soda White vinegar Warm water Soap Laundry detergent Once the residue is gone, you’ve got a perfect spot for a brand new sticker.
  • How thick are HearSkins?
    HearSkins are approximately 15 to 15.4 mil (380 microns) in thickness (including the liner) which is about as thick as a playing card. Keep in mind, the term mil is not short for millimeter. Mil is form of measurement commonly used in manufacturing to specify thickness. It's equivalent to 1/1000 of an inch. You can read more about using mil as a form of measurement on Wikipedia.
  • Where are Hearskins made
    Hearskins are proudly made in the USA with premium quality materials. We ensure that all of our products are made with the utmost care and attention to detail.
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