2. Hold the decal in place where you want it to go.
3. Here is where I usually put a long strip of masking tape along one side acting as a hinge. ( masking tape should be approx. 1" thick)
4. Now, having your squeegee available (credit card or drivers license will do) swing the decal over so that you can peel away the backing paper (slowly) watching that all the decal pieces are sticking to the transfer tape (if not, then simply roll back the backing paper to the point where the part is that needs to come off and repress to the transfer tape) then continue peeling.
5. Once the backing paper is off, holding the transfer tape w/ the decal on it, in each corner opposite of the hinge. Swing it onto the window and start squeegeeing. The harder you squeegee, the better the adhearance. (it you notice bubbles pop then with a straight pin)
6. Now, peel away the transfer tape (slowly) Vinyl decals are forgiving so, if you see a wrinkle, No Problem, simply either retake up that part of the decal or use a bic lighter and warn up the wrinkle and smooth down with your finger.
Removing Decals from Paint
1. Using an xacto knife. Carefully place the edge of the blade to the side of the decal (or vinyl letter) and lift. Try this several times until it's lifted far enough to grab and peel.
Removing Decals from Window
1. Spray decals with windex and start scrape using a straight razor. This concept I found to be the fastest way to remove decals from windows. Straight razors can be found at anywhere tools are sold.
If for any reason you find a little bit of glue adhesive simply rub the effected area with DAWN dish liquid and wash with water.
Cleaning the Decal
I use a squeegie (used in washing windows) on mine because of the points on the decal may come up if you try to clean with a rag or paper towel.
Rear window wipers don't have enough pressure to effect these decals.
My decals are rated by the manufacture for 3 to 5 years outdoor durability.
May you have much success with your New decals.