[DML] Re: side stripe application
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[DML] Re: side stripe application

Hi Steve, 
Don't sweat it as it's very simple.  Just follow the directions and 
it's simple.  I believe I used a hairdryer to heat it up when there 
was a small bubble.--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "stephenucedu" 
<steve10000@...> wrote:
> I just purchased 005983 and have decided to put on the side stripes 
now that they are 
> available. I never was very good at "decals" etc, so I am 
approaching this with some caution 
> (even though I am a lung surgeon so you would think I could handle 
> As I understand it, a solution of dish washing liquid and water is 
placed in a spayer and used 
> to wet down the area, the stripe is applied, and because its still 
slippery, it can be moved 
> around some for fine adjstment, and then  the bubbles removed with 
a piece of soft rubber/
> plastic. What would be nice is a few more details: what is the 
soap:water ratio; do you apply 
> this both to the stripe and the body of the car; how long do you 
have to get everything 
> adjusted and the bubbles out; once done, when does the stripe 
become fixed enough to start 
> to drive the car (overnight?); are there temperature restrictions
(it will max out at 50 deg F this 
> weekend, too cold?).
> Thanks,
> steve liggett
> Baltimore

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