Re: [CR]Clear Coatings for Water Transfer Decals


Example: Component Manufacturers

Date: Sun, 30 Oct 2005 20:15:13 -0800 (PST)
From: sam lingo <frameteam2003@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: [CR]Clear Coatings for Water Transfer Decals
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
In-Reply-To: <20051031020111.14486.qmail@web53710.mail.yahoo.com>


The original"clear coat" for water slide transfers was Copal oil varnish.The new"next best" is Dammar varnish.Winsor & newton is a good brand and made in England is a plus for brit frames.Now just what sticks to powder coating(yes P/C is on topic and being used in the bicycle industry in late 50s)I have no idea.But as more and more frames are being re-painted using this enviromental friendly method it would benefit all to learn what works.IMO. sam lingo,pleasanton tx


--- Steve Demchak wrote:


> Does anyone know of a good product for putting a
> protective clear coating over water transfer decals
> on
> a powder coated frame? I'm concerned that anything
> heavy in solvent would wrinkle or eat-up the decal.
> Ideally, it would be brushable.
>
> Steve Demchak
> Seattle, WA
>
>
>

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