How To Apply Decals To Your Cub

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How To Apply Decals To Your Cub

Postby George Willer » Tue Mar 11, 2008 8:29 pm

I don't recall anyone posting a how-to on this subject, so here goes, using a method that works well for me.

Here's a decal that is held in place by a "hinge" of masking tape. All outside material has been separated from the graphic using straight edges and a SHARP X-acto knife. The masking tape holds the cut-away parts in place so the decal as a whole can be placed exactly where I want it.

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The backer has been removed from the IH logo and it was put in place. The outside has been removed for clarity.

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Here's the main part ready to have the backer removed.

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The backer is still there, but part of the outside has been removed.

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Done! Barney doesn't look nearly as nekkid now!

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IMHO, the tape helps to get the decal exactly where I want it, and helps me forge ahead confidently. This method eliminates any need to slide the decal around.
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