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Decal edges... what do you do with them?


By DarkWizard

6 years ago



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#17 6 years ago
Quoted from Bryan_Kelly:

I prefer using the edge of the cabinet as my straight edge. I use a utility knife and hold it at a 45 degree angle to the surface as you cut. This extends the decal all the way to the edge and makes it hard to tell its even a decal. When done properly, you can run your finger perpendicular to an edge and you won't feel the decal.

Bryan , how do you make sure the blade doesn't slightly cut into the wood edge and cut in a gouge ?

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