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Old 05-15-2006, 02:32 PM   #1
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Soap and water for applying decals...

What kind of solution of soap & water should I use to apply large decals? Like if I have a spray bottle full of water do I just add one or two drops of soap? And is regular liquid dish soap fine?
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Re: Soap and water for applying decals...

regular dish soap will strip any wax that is on the car.

use a little bit of car wash soap.
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Re: Soap and water for applying decals...

This will be for applying new decals to a painted plastic sportbike fairing. There won't be any wax on it.
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Re: Soap and water for applying decals...

just make it so that its soapy, like you would wash your dishes.

once it dries just wash off the residue.
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Re: Soap and water for applying decals...

One drop of dish soap is more than enough. Fill the rest of the bottle with water.


EDIT: This is just as suggested by Brent Franker; resident vinyl guru.

http://www.bfranker.badz28.com/vinyl/vinylinstall1.htm
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