thanks MarkAll orders produced and shipped. Thanks all.
If anyone else needs/wants some custom vinyl lettering or graphics, let me know. I'll do my best to make it happen for you.
installing small decals is like skinning a cat... there's more than on way to do it.
That said, the first rule is a super clean, oil and wax free surface. I always clean a surface to the best of my ability then use rubbing alcohol as a final cleaner.
You can use soapy water if you wish but I find it un-necessary on these little guys. If you do, be sure to completely remove the backing paper first. If the backing paper gets wet, it will stick to the vinyl and create a real mess.
I apply them dry. I measure twice and stick once. You can use a length of masking tape to establish a straight line for reference if needed. Carefully peel off the backing paper, apply the vinyl starting with pressure in the middle of the piece and work your way out to the edges, then remove the the top application tape. Reapply pressure to the vinyl piece.
For you, on the wheels, I'd remove the wheels and work from the back. Take your time.
I threw in a few spares for you in case one doesn't go right. Removal of the vinyl is easy when it's fresh. But once it's cures, it's a little more challenging. After you've done one or two you'll figure it out. By the time you finish, you'll be a pro at vinyl application!!
Hope that helps.
danThe inside of you rim looks great, is that the original finish or did something else get applied?
Process almost done
Need to rebalance wheels since i removed weights for vinyl
Can you share what you had done to the inside of your Chrome Rims.Wish you would had sent me a PM....you can apply the SSR Logo's without removing the weights....when I applied the SSR logo's ..it was a winter project...I had 6 months to finish it..after getting my chrome rims back from the paint shop....:wink2:
Yes, the blue reflective would look nice all right.The gold on my Chevy bowtie on the front grill has begun to peel off. I was wondering if you could cut the bowtie shape to cover it? I think a blue reflective color would look great on the chrome. Can the wizzr do it?