I build golf clubs. Golfsmith makes a "grip solvent" that transforms the stickiness on double sided masking tape to a "gooey" state so that you can slide the grip on the club while wet. It dries fairly quickly and then cures (in about 24 hours) and you have a solid bond between club shaft and grip. We all know the amount of torque there is when Tiger swings. My question: has anyone tried anything like this when installing MX bike graphics/stickers? I have a hunch that it would work quite well and want to try it. I would first like to see if anyone has tried such a thing in case its a bad idea for my $50 set of stickers. BTW, I put the shroud stickers on this morning using the tub/soap method. Although it worked, I have my doubts as to the strength of the bond. If I do the golf grip thing, I will do it on the tank stickers.