Lamination Guidelines

How to Remove a Power Percussion Laminate:
Carefully peel back the original laminate. This can be accomplished with a thin object by inserting such under the edge of the original laminate and slowly applying directional force. Once the original laminate can be secured, firmly hold the laminate and carefully peel it off of the playing surface. Never press or touch the edge of the laminate without a thick cloth or rag. These laminates are created from a thin Mylar, and can cause harm if handled incorrectly. Dispose of the laminate in the trash, and wipe off any debris from the playing surface.

How to Apply a Power Percussion Laminate:
Carefully peel the backing off the replacement laminate. This can be accomplished be peeling the laminate like a large sticker. Once the backside adhesive is exposed, carefully line up the replacement laminate to the playing surface. Place the top edge of the laminate at the top of the playing surface, and slowly press the laminate down as it touches across the playing surface. Take a thick cloth or rag and firmly press down the laminate around the entire playing surface. Never press or touch the edge of the laminate without a thick cloth or rag. These laminates are created from a thin Mylar, and can cause harm if handled incorrectly. 

How to Clean a Power Percussion Laminate:
After long periods of playing, laminates may appear to rub off color onto the tips of certain drum sticks and potentially smear onto the playing surface. If this happens, please take a non-aggressive solution, such as water, and lightly apply it to a rag. Proceed to wipe the tips of the affected drum sticks, as well as the affected laminate. Carefully wipe the drum sticks and laminate dry.  Please use any solution sparingly to ensure that our products suffer no damage.

Laminates should only be replaced as needed. Lamination residue may remain on pad after removal. Always replace one laminate with another, and adhere to all guidelines when applying or removing. Never press or touch the edge of the laminate without a thick cloth or rag. These laminates are created from a thin Mylar, and can cause harm if handled incorrectly. Thank you for expressing caution in this process.