may be used in one of two ways:
1) Butyl Cellusolve solvent and water- recommended on smaller transfers and striping sets.
PEEL: Tissue paper with design from stiff paper backing.
MIX: 1 part solvent to 10 parts water.
BRUSH: Film of solvent/water mixture over area intended for transfer.
PLACE: Transfer face down, tissue-paper backing up.
PRESS: Remove any air bubbles.
DRY: Approximately 10 to 30 minutes.
BRUSH: plain water over tissue-paper backing and lift to remove.
2) Varnish:- recommended for larger transfers (Banners, etc.)
PEEL : Tissue with design from stiff paper backing.
BRUSH: Layer of varnish on area intended for transfer.
DRY: Until varnish is tacky.
PLACE: Transfer face, tissue-paper backing up.
PRESS: Remove any bubbles.
BRUSH: Plain water over tissue-paper backing and lift to remove.
* Surface must be dean and smooth.
* Place transfers on cabinet after finish has been applied.(Varnish, shellac, or lacquer)
*Apply a coat of varnish, shellac, or lacquer over the installed transfer.
Advantages: Solvent- Fast-Acting.
* Allows 20 to 30 seconds of adjustment time after transfer has been placed face down on surface.
* Can be easily removed by wiping with solvent mixture.
Advantages: Varnish - Gives best results with larger transfer applications.
* Transfers will not break-up during application.