I see a lot of good success with waterslide decals on this site so I'm wondering what is the problem with mine. Here is my process: - I print the design on the decal with an InkJet printer. - give the sheet a couple light coats of lacquer to seal the ink - cut out the design - soak in warm water to loosen the decal from the paper - apply to the headstock, squeeze out the air and let dry - apply lacquer over the top, sand flat and level, polish. Here's where my problem is, after the lacquer is on there at the right angles it looks like there is air under the decal. In fact one piece I was working on I had the lacquer pull off from some tape and it took the decal with it. The weird part was it left was looked like a very thin layer of film I'm guessing the adhesive. So to me it looks like the decal is separating from the adhesive layer once the lacquer is on there. Have any of you had this problem. Is there something I'm doing wrong? Is my decal paper bad? What is your process for doing a waterslide decal? What paper do you use? Thanks for any advise you have, this has been bugging me.