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bigdog46

I just received my new set of 7116H decals from Corey. There are no instructions for putting them on. Could someone help me out so I do not destroy them as I have never put on a set that Corey made. thanks.

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RayS

Soap and water solutuion or Windex is what I have used for the three sets that I have bought from him. Just make sure the surface is clean. Spray with Windex or other to get it where you want it. They will slide around easily. Then just come back later and peel off.

I do believe he has instruction on his site. He did in the past.

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