I am full of questions lately. Here's another. My home-printed decal adventure is beginning. It's been probably 2 years since I touched a waterslide so I'm trying to get back in the swing, in addition to learning the home-printing game. I'm using Bare Metal Foil clear inkjet paper, and clear-coating with Krylon UV-resistant gloss clear. Normally I use Micro-Sol and Micro-Set with decals. I was re-reading the instructions and it says that Micro-Set would not work as a remover if the decals are "overcoated". I would assume that includes my gloss-coated decals, or does it? Of course, removing the decals is not yet my concern (and hopefully never will be). Instead, it made me wonder whether my usage needed to change given the use of gloss-coated decals. Micro-Set *under* the decal should be fine, but what about on top, or of using Micro-Sol on top? Will it help? I'm of course hoping to achieve a "painted-on" look to the greatest extent possible. For what it's worth, the first test decal I tried worked really well as a normal waterslide, although I didn't try the Micro-Sol or Micro-Set yet. I did a single heavy coat of clear on top, and they handled well and the edges don't seem too thick.