1. Clean the Surface: Ensure that the surface where you'll be installing the peel and stick tiles is clean, dry, and free from any dust, dirt, grease, or debris.
  2. Smooth Out Uneven Surfaces: They will not work on textured surface. If the surface is uneven, such as with old vinyl flooring or rough concrete, consider using a contact paper to create a smooth and even surface.
  3. Degrease the Surface: If the surface is greasy or oily, such as in kitchens or bathrooms, use a degreasing cleaner to remove any grease or oil residues. Rinse the surface thoroughly with clean water and allow it to dry completely.
  4. Allow Sufficient Drying Time: After completing the surface preparation steps, allow the surface to dry completely before installing the peel and stick tiles. This helps ensure a strong bond between the tiles and the surface.

Do not Use - If -

- The surface is textured.

- Do not cover tile grouts

- If you recently painted your walls (wait at least 4 weeks before installing).

- Your walls are dirty or dusty, have mold or humidity spots.

- The wall paint is lifting off.