The world of using waterslide decals is one of try and errors. So my grandsons made me some drawings that i wanted to use on my pedal graphics. i had some 5um thin laser decal paper and cut some pieces a bit bigger than the pedal. and here is a tip my old laser printer would not print it onto that although i used custom paper settings. at last i glued them onto a A4 normal paper with some children glue at the top side. a warning, my newer brother laser printer is probably a led laser, it could not work with the laser paper. lots of yarn like spiderweb was the result, it could not fixate it to the decalpaper and think this type of laser it not hot enough to bond the materials but than horror when soaking it into water. the decal came loose from the paper, but when i tried to pick it up it all came clod together and after some gentle persuasion i got it out straight and put the alu box into the water to, beneath the waterslide, lifted it up so the slide would land on the box. but the result is not so perfect. you can see it stretched on some spots. now it is a clone of the magnavibe , the nose in the picture will have a led, and the sound it will bring matches the decal stretching so how do you go at this? is it better to clear coat the waterslide after printing even though laserprint will not wash off but maybe the slide will stay more in form? i don't want it to be factory perfect, but a bit neater than this would be helpfull.