Hi all, I am new to this group. I have a question regarding decals. I am currently recreating decals for some damaged plastic buildings thatI had fixed. I pulled the decals off and scanned them and just finished touching up and fixing the artwork on them. I am now ready to move onto the printing phase of the project. I purchased some adhesive backed clear vinyl from a company called Mediastreet.com quite a while ago for another project, but I think that it might work on this current one. I printed out the decals on the vinyl and the results were excellent. I was told to coat the top of the vinyl with Krylon Triple Thick Glaze 0500 to protect it from scratches and such. (havn't done that yet) My question to this group is this: although the adhesive backing is somewhat sticky, I do not know if it will stick permanently like I want it to. I don't think that it is a water release type decal either as I can just pull it off from the backing and feel the adhesive side. Is there a glue that I can use to adhere these decals to my buildings for permanent adhesion or should I be using a different type of decal paper? (keep in mind that I need clear paper) And are there any comments on the Krylon glazing step? Thanks in advance.