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Instructions for Decal Application

Metal covers need to be repainted before attempting to apply decals.
 The better the finish the better the decal will adhere.
High Gloss Enamel or Lacquer is preferable

A Faded, Scratched or Rusty cover can spoil the look of your machine...
Just repaint the cover and apply a Pinball Rescue Decal...

Apron Old
   
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Apron Restored using PR Decal

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UNRESTORED APRON
APRON RESTORED with PR Decal



CLICK HERE for Printable Instruction Sheet

Apron Painted

Lay Decal Face Down
Step 1.
Prepare the old apron by painting using quality gloss paint
Step 2.
Make sure the work area is clean & dust free.
Lay decal face down on bench and slowly remove backing paper, being careful not to get dirty marks on the adhesive.


Spary Apron with Water Place Decal on Apron
Step 3.
Spray the cover and the and the adhesive side of the decal using a spray bottle full of water with a dash of detergent.
Step 4.
Place the decal on the cover so that all the holes for the instruction cards are clear and the decal is in the appropriate position.
Squeegee Decal Shooter Decal
Step 5.
Lay the backing sheet on top of the decal and using the plastic card provided, gently squeegee over the decal to remove air bubbles and excess water.

Step 6.
Repeat these steps with each piece of the decal set

Allow to dry for 24 - 48 hours before reinstalling.
Also some covers will need to have the screw holes trimmed
with a sharp blade after the decal has dried.

Please Note: Some fogging of the adhesive will happen immediately.
This will dissipate within 48 hours depending on weather conditions

YOUR FINISHED INSTRUCTION CARD APRON
WILL BE AS GOOD AS NEW