Re: Working with dry transfer decals.

Norman+Laraine Larkin

As an aside, dry transfers work well as paint masks. Paint the surface your color of choice, apply the transfer (usually lettering), paint the exposed surface a second color, and once the last coat is dry, apply a piece of masking tape to the transfer, and carefully peel the tape off with the mask. The result is a clean and sharp image in your preferred color. Worked really well with Floquil.
Norm Larkin

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom Baker" <>
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Sent: Tuesday, March 04, 2014 9:51 AM
Subject: Re: [STMFC] Working with dry transfer decals.

This is an interesting point: I never thought of transferring the dry
transfer to decal paper, coating that with Dullcote or some such
product, and then effecting the transfer. I have never been successful
with dry transfers. Thank you for the tip that will be useful since I
have a number of dry transfers that could be used with this method.

Tom Baker

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