Review by: Alan
Oracover recommend iron-on-adhesive (ref no. 0960) for Oralight. It is clear and less viscous and when dry it is not tacky. A much smoother surface is achieved.
Review by: DavidOrastick, the good, the bad and the ugly!
Although I finally was very pleased with the results with Oralight covering after painting the stuff on I feared Iíd ruined the wing and tail. It does seem too thick (next time if used Iíd thin it) and areas were over generously painted whilst other sparsely. After drying for several days it was still sticky and like Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby I couldnít put fingers anywhere and had to prise them off. Too easy for stray wood shavings to get where they shouldnít. That aside to my surprise the covering could be easily repositioned before tacking and shrinking and Iím extremely pleased with the final results. Basically itís stressful and a devil to deal with but the end result was worth it.
Review by: MikeOrastick adhesive
It is the first time that I have used this adhesive, and it certainly is a good adhesive. I would prefer it to be less viscous, so that a smoother surface could be achieved.
Review by: Dave HartleyOrastick
Much better than other film covering adhesives that I have tried. leaves a slightly tacky surface when dry which holds the film in place before applying heat
Review by: HarryOrastick Adhesive
I would not recommend this product but would suggest a water based "heat-seal" adhesive.