First, make sure the surface you are applying your Wall Peel to is squeaky clean! Once you have surface prepped, all you have to do is slowly peel off the backing and apply it to the smooth wall or other surface, just like a giant sticker. We suggest having someone assist or using a long, flat edge (like a yardstick) to smooth it gently against the wall.
We do not recommend Wall Peels for textured or rough surfaces such as wallpaper or textiles. For smooth walls, paint finishes of flat or matte are ideal, Eggshell and Satin are also acceptable. Semi-gloss, Gloss, and stain resistant paints are not ideal for Wall Peels.
If you have recently painted we strongly recommend that you wait at least two weeks for normal paint, or at minimum two months for low or no VOC paint just to be safe. Fresh paint needs time to cure and applying a wall peel before the paint is cured will result in the wall peel failing to adhere to the wall over time.
Wall Peels should only be hung in a climate controlled environment. We do not recommend this product for garages, porches, attics, or for outdoor display.