Vinyl is best applied in dry conditions, with temperatures between 55 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Clean the surface with rubbing alcohol, or soap and warm water, and remove any lint with a microfiber cloth, if possible. (Windex leaves a residue behind, so do not use it.)
Note: be careful once the backing paper is removed and the sticky side is exposed! Some people like to use masking tape to hold the decal in place while applying, so grab some of that if that’s your style.
Use a credit card or vinyl application tool to make sure the transfer paper is nicely stuck to the top of the vinyl decal.
Remove the backing paper from the back of the vinyl decal, exposing the sticky side (NOT the top transfer sheet - it needs to stay on top of the vinyl decal until after it’s applied). If the vinyl clings to the backing instead of the transfer sheet, slowly replace the paper backing and rub the top of the transfer sheet again until it’s firmly stuck to the decal.
Slowly lower the sticker onto the surface and rub it in place firmly with an application tool, credit card, or fingers.
Slowly peel the clear transfer sheet off at an angle. Be careful not to pull the decal off the surface. If the decal pulls away from the surface, rub the transfer sheet onto the the decal again and make sure the decal is firmly stuck to the surface.