Ensure the surface is thoroughly cleaned prior to applying your sticker, dust or grease will prevent a proper adhesion.

If applying to glass, paint or plastics, we recommend the use of a high alcohol based cleaner such as Isopropanol, however glass cleaner will suffice.

Isopropanol is available from Bunnings Warehouse and other hardware stores.


Much like a screen protector for your mobile, your sticker will be made up of three layers – A backing tape, which is the first part of the sticker to be removed, the sticker itself, and an application tape layer.
The application tape layer will be the last layer to be removed. Feel free to make any pen marks on this layer to help guide the sticker into a good alignment.


Window frostings will be reversed so that you may apply it from the inside of a window.


To apply your sticker, flip it over, separate a corner, hold the application tape down, and peel the backing paper back against itself.

The letters/graphic should remain on the application tape. If they lift, put the backing paper back down and rub the sticker with a credit card to fix the adhesion.


Flip the sticker back over and line it up to where you want it placed.
Use the bottom of the text as a level for alignment, rule a line with a pen on to the application tape layer if you need.


Start with one end, tack the end down and using a credit card, swipe across the graphic – applying firm pressure along the way.

Be sure to rub the graphic down thoroughly, to ensure a good bond with the surface.


Slowly remove the application tape, pull the layer back against itself, ensuring the letters have adhered to the surface.

If letters lift, lay the application tape layer back down and add more pressure where needed.
Finished! All that should remain is the graphic itself.