So, I'm finally putting trim on the Nobler! It's amazing how good International Orange can look when you mate it up with black.
But, the black iron-on covering I have is just not acting right. It's stuff that I picked up at a garage sale almost 30 years ago, so I don't mind declaring it trash. The problem is that it seems to have a very narrow heat range between shrinking and the adhesive melting all the way and permanently letting go of the film.
Does that ring a bell with anyone? I'm thinking of just chucking it and buying a roll of Ultracoat tomorrow (so much for my grand plan of running out of plastic so I can just use silkspan from now on).
Please, someone tell me that Ultracoat won't just do the same thing!