A spray mist bottle with a fine mist setting is a must-have for reverse image transfers. Mist the paper lightly to moisten the paper fibers. To remove backing, we recommend starting with your fingertips. If necessary, a very fine sandpaper can be used to start the paper pulp (250-800 grit). For extra stubborn paper, try Scotch-Brite Non-Scratch Scour Pads (blue). Word of Caution: When using sandpaper or scour pads, go slowly and lightly, do not use too much pressure. Excessive pressure can accidently completely remove the image or distress the painted finish below the transfer.
For full application and paper removal instructions, review the Transfer Gel Tip Sheet.