There are many ways to clone plants. For me, this method proved to be easiest and most successful (100% success rate!).
What you will need:
an 'Easy Cloner' areoponic cloner (home-made or store bought)
Rubbing alcohol & paper towel
Cloning gel (I use RooTech)
Step 1: Prepare your water in your cloner. Add hormones (Super Thrive) then Check and balance your PH so it's somewhere between 5.5-6.5 (I balance mine to 5.8).
Step 2: Sterilize your clippers using the rubbing alcohol and paper towel. This is important so you don't spread fungus or disease you may not even know is there.
Step 3: Pick a healthy branch and cut it at a 45* angle at least 3 nodes down from the top.
Step 4: Trim the bottom leaves. Shave the skin down on the bottom of the stalk without shaving it completely off. You want to create a ledge for the cloning gel to sit in.
Step 5: Dip the end in the cloning gel at least 1/2 an inch and place in in your neoprene and then in your cloner.
Step 6: Wait for roots. Be sure to check the PH often and adjust if any problems. You should start seeing some real root action within 5 days. I've seen it in as little as 2! Because the clippings are not in a humidity dome, it's perfectly ok to mist them a couple times a day with plain water or even with Super Thrive as a foliar.