Vinyl stickers adhere best to smooth, clean surfaces rather than textured ones. Wipe the surface in one direction only, using a clean, lint-free towel or fabric.


If necessary, cut individual parts of your sticker from the sheet and lay them on the floor or table to understand the sequence for applying the sticker to the surface and visualize the final result.

STEP 3: DELETE “Release Liner”

Slowly and carefully, starting on one side of the decal, across the entire width of the decal (depending on the orientation of your sticker, vertical or horizontal), begin to peel off a small portion of the backing paper (Release Liner).

  • Some intricate patterns may want to stick to the “Release Liner”, stop peeling, and roll back a bit to help the sticker peel off the “Release Liner”.
  • Be careful and work slowly to avoid damage to your vinyl decal.

Place the edge of the sticker on the wall and smooth it tightly, then take a plastic card (I recommend wrapping it with a cloth to avoid scratching the sticker) and gently smooth the applied part of the sticker on your surface, so as to remove any air bubbles.

Slowly and gently peel off the backing paper (Release Liner) in small portions and smooth carefully from the center to the edges of the decal. Once the “Release Liner” has been completely removed, smooth the decal again over the entire surface, from center to edge, to remove any remaining air bubbles.

STEP 4: ???

Great job! If after applying the sticker there are still bubbles, just carefully pierce them with a sharp needle and then smooth them out. If the edge of the decal is poorly supported by your surface, just take a regular hairdryer and slightly heat the desired area of the decal, then immediately press/smooth it.