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Old 03-05-2004, 12:47 PM   #1
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Decal setting solution Question

How do you use decal setting solution? How does it work? I'm applying decals to a car I made and want the decal's outer "seams" to not be visible.
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Re: Decal setting solution Question

If you have some it should have instructions as to use.
AS to how it works , who knows, but it does pull the decal down tight. I have one regular setting solution and one for highly irregular surfaces that softens the decal even more.
Setting solutions will not totally hide the edge of the decal , it does make it better.
The only way I know to completely hide the dge is to apply clear over the deacls
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