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Fundraiser for Redwood Chair

John242Ti

LH-Jet & Carb Free Zone
Joined
May 19, 2003
Location
Duvall, WA
Stupid question about applying the stickers. What's the best way to put them on and get them to stay? Specifically the Raise the Lowered one, if they're different. Don't want them to fall off.


Apply the translucent tape that holds the decal together to the window with firm pressure, working all air bubbles out. Then, peel one corner, and work it off gently in a see-saw motion, so the decal remains in place on the glass. It's actually pretty easy to apply them and they will stay on the window, as long as someone doesn't decide to peel the letters off.
 

Khrrck

Professional Amateur
Joined
Mar 11, 2015
Location
Beaverton, OR
Apply the translucent tape that holds the decal together to the window with firm pressure, working all air bubbles out. Then, peel one corner, and work it off gently in a see-saw motion, so the decal remains in place on the glass. It's actually pretty easy to apply them and they will stay on the window, as long as someone doesn't decide to peel the letters off.

Thanks John. Kinda figured but wanted to double check. And I'll make sure to do it on a clean dry window.
 

ErikS

FWD!
Joined
Nov 28, 2007
Location
Lakeway, TX
Roger Moore drove a 1962 white P1800 in the original movie adaptation. Val Kilmer drove a 1997 C70 in the remake.

Ken was subtle but always respectful. I miss his banter and knowledge.
 
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