Excellent advice from Luther that is much better than the advice I gave him to start with, great summary of how to get the most from your water slide transfers!
Originally Posted by LutherMax
Looking good Boycie!
With that Microset / Microsol, what worked for me was:
1) Apply gloss varnish to the surface where you're applying the decal and allow to dry completely (very important step!)
2) Cut the decal out and dip it into the bottle of Microset then remove and put to one side for a
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Originally Posted by Reason TV
Californiaís Central Valley is a 450 mile long stretch
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