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Old 07-12-2005, 12:34 PM   #47
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Originally Posted by JRoz
k thanks for taken the time
I talked to two different people who deal with vinyl and I have a few ideas for you. One suggestion was to use soapy water underneath the vinyl and a squeegy on top of the piece to help flatten out the bubbles. He said the soapy mixture underneat will give a little bit of flexibility to help push the vinyl around enough to rid the bubbles. Another suggestion was to use a heat gun but said it might be risky and could potentially burn thru the vinyl. A third suggestion was to take a fine pin and pop the bubbles and work that way. So a few options, I'm not saying any will work but something you can try if you already haven't!

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