What a truly thoughtful guy you are, BillDadvball said:I didn't want to hijack Travis' post so here they are.
Your customs in every Goody Bag were hands down the biggest hit of Johnny Jam, Bill, everyone was awestruck by both your creativity and your generosityDadvball said:These were thrown in the Johnny Jam goodie bags. I think I'll have to find some more and break out the decals again.
Not much to it really. I get the decals from Radical Decals and he includes directions. Once I've figured out what and where to put the decal, I usually cut them with a very sharp pair of scissors. The decals aren't individual, so you have to cut very close to it, leaving a small border. I'll dip it in warm water for about 10 seconds, and then let it sit on a paper towel for about 20 seconds. Tweezers are very handy due to the size of the decal, and I use the pointed round tooth picks to position it, and then blot the excess water with a Q-tip. This can be tricky sometimes as the decal has a tendency to move, so gently slip one toothpick under an edge, and reposition it with the second toothpick. I wait 24 hours before I apply the clearcoat with a brush.travis1960 said:I would love to be able to apply stickers to cars like that.
How about a "how to" [with pics.] on your technique for putting them on?