I've been trying to make some homemade decals for my rocket, and have run into a problem. I'm using Micromark inkjet WHITE paper, with a coat of Krylon fixative, and 2 coats of Krylon UV-resistant clear coat (both recommended my micromeister in a post a while ago). Surface of the rocket is a metallic paint from Tamiya, and seems pretty smooth. I wet the decal paper and let it sit, then slide the decal onto the rocket, pressing out water/air bubbles with Q-tips, starting from the center and moving outwards. Almost immediately the edges start to curl up, and no amount of pressing back down will get them to stay. So I break out some Microsol, and that leaves a wrinkly mess that still curls up. Fortunately I had printed several copies of the decals so I can start again, but I haven't been able to find much useful info on the Net about this or how to fix it. Any thoughts as to how to fix this?