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New Decoy Trailer

Postby Legband#1 » Mon Nov 18, 2013 9:46 pm

6x8 light enough to pull with my Rino into the planted fields we hunt with out much damage
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Re: New Decoy Trailer

Postby War Wagon » Tue Nov 19, 2013 5:30 pm

Looks Nice... :clapping:
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Re: New Decoy Trailer

Postby Legband#1 » Sat Dec 21, 2013 10:21 pm

I was always told that to install adhesive backed decals on a surface you should pencil your lines with a straight edge on the surface
Then spray it with water and a little soap mixed in.
Line it up with the pencil marks
And squeegee all the bubbles out and let it dry .
Does any one use this method ?
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Re: New Decoy Trailer

Postby War Wagon » Sun Dec 22, 2013 7:03 am

Good question. I don't put them on myself, the guy that made all my decals does it for a case of beer or two... :beer: .. but I get to help him drink it ... :grooving:... what a deal...What you explained makes sense to me but the water thing I do not think he does. I know he lays them out and removes all the screws that are in the way of the decal then after he applies them he puts the screws back in. He has a little rubber squeegee that he goes back and forth to remove all the air bubbles and a pin when he misses some.
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