Repositioning within the first 5 or 10 minutes really isn't that hard. You have to be gentle and careful and removing them. Beyond that I haven't tried but it says they become permanent after a while which is in fact what you want. In fact I've actually made several boo boos which I haven't bothered to log here where I put the wrong skin in the wrong place and had to pull it off and stick it back on the right sideNice save.
Does John mention anything about using soapy water to reposition decals and squegee out bubbles and wrinkles?
Wondering if that technique can be used with this type of vinyl and adhesive.
It adds an interesting dimension to the build, especially different as, if you go by the instructions as I for the most part have, you skin the tube before you attach the 6 total fins ( 2 wings, 2 dorsal rudders, and 2 ventral fins.). Then you have to try to avoid getting glue on the wrap you put on the tube while you glue on said fins (and apply fillets, then you wrap the fins.I like idea of the wrap but it doesn't look like it covers too well? I'm not sure if that was the intended design of the wrap and it looks difficult to install / apply. IDK am I wrong? I have a hard time putting decals on let alone wrapping something. I tell you what wish I had an interceptor E. Nice kit. Wish Estes would bring it back.