Here however, is to observe, to use any excess solution, as well as to use too much alcohol, else it happens, that the paint together with the dirt is removed. If the truck is cleaned, he is ready for mounting. For the Assembly, a ladder and a partner who supports one when gluing is recommended. Consider this, wet glue especially the earrings. Here the trailer with a mixture of SOAP and water is sprayed.
To the objections, suffices a spray bottle from the hardware store. As long as the vehicle is wetted, the upper edge of the backing paper of the pressure or of the plots must be deducted and sprayed onto the adhesive surface. Now the adhesive surface on the upper edge of the pressure range, in our case the trailer, must be created and fixed, so that the pressure is as straight as possible. Here is the partner who can give support one from below, of inestimable value both when aligning as well as on the cover. The moisture that is used is helpful the pressure here again Remove and be able to rebuild. The edges are straight, the substrate can be slowly pulled off and sprayed with the SOAP and water solution.
During this process, the film from top to bottom must be angerakelt. Achieved the lower edge is the pressure from the inside to the outside firm Gera Kelt, this is to make sure to remove all the bubbles formed in the film, otherwise it may happen that the foil from the hanger supersedes. As long as film and earrings are still wet, all bubbles should be easy to remove. If necessary, the foil with a hot air blower must be heated again to remove the bladder from the film. In the case of Plottes must concludes the Kasch er film be removed, these remove carefully so as to not remove the letters. Now, a part of the picture is finished. These steps from to spraying of the vehicle up to the fixed blades, be repeated, until was pasted over the entire desired surface of the trailer and the truck lettering is complete. At smaller sites, such as the Dry bonding suitable outdoor area of the driver’s cab, as a wet application. Adam M.