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Buying Guide: Garage door decals are a low-cost way to modernize your home
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Buying Guide: Garage door decals are a low-cost way to modernize your home

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If you’re looking for a simple way to instantly up your curb appeal and modernize your home, garage door decals are the simple weekend project you can tackle in minutes. They’re the easiest upgrade you’ll ever make and cost just $30.

Put Away the Paint

You don’t need to pull out messy, time consuming paint cans to give your garage a facelift. These magnetic PVC faux-window panels and carriage door hardware decals can be applied in seconds to instantly transform the look of your garage. They’re also easy to cut and customize to best suit your needs.

Durable and Weather-Resistant Decals

These garage decals aren’t just easy to install—they also stay put once they’re on your garage door. The strong PVC vinyl is backed by a powerful magnet and the weather-resistant plastic stands up to snow, rain, and wind so they’ll look great for years to come.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers love these easy to apply garage decals and gave them an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars with more than 1,000 reviews. Customers who always wanted windows on their garage door said these decals gave them exactly the look they wanted for much less money. Reviewers also mentioned how simple it was to create a huge impact, with one customer saying application took about ten seconds.

Garage Door Decorative Hardware 32-Packs available from Amazon

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