1. Ensure the surface you will apply the sticker to is clean, dry and stable. Glass or kitchen cupboard type surface should be cleaned using alcohol or window cleaner. If the surface is not clean then the sticker will not adhere well.
2. Check that the sticker will fit in the required location. If needed you can use masking tape to mark where the sticker will go and to ensure it lines up straight.
3. Place the sticker on a table or hard surface with the application layer facing upwards.
Carefully rub over the surface with your hand or credit card to ensure the sticker adheres well to the application paper and comes away easily from the backing paper.
4. Turn the sticker over so the thicker backing paper is facing upwards and slowly peel off the backing paper leaving the sticker on the application paper. If any part of the sticker stays attached to the backing paper, lay the application paper back down and rub over with your thumb, applying pressure to that part of the sticker.
5. With the backing paper fully removed your sticker is now ready for application to the window. Be careful as the surface is very sticky and will adhere to anything it comes into contact with.
6. For the larger stickers this part can be a lot easier with two people. Holding the bottom of the sticker away from the surface the top of the sticker is offered up to the surface using your previous markings as a guide. The 2nd person helps to hold the bottom of the sticker away from the wall.
7. Starting at the top using a credit card or a folded piece of cardboard, smooth the sticker slowly from the middle to the outer edges, working your way down the sticker. Any bubbles will be pushed to the outer edges.
8. Finally you need to remove the application paper from the sticker. Beginning at a top corner start peeling the application paper slowly downwards.