Wow, still on after all that time.
Years ago, I used some stick-on grips on a USPc pistol. If I remember right, they were made by Decal Grips. I had to replace them every few months, because the edges would come loose
Lock n' Load replies:
wnesbittiv- I think the Pro Texture Talons are pretty aggressive sandpaper type and might be uncomfortable for EDC.
Ship Wreck- I used a hair dryer on high heat setting for install. If I remember correctly, it was 5 cycles of heat (but not too much as it can melt the grip polymer), press grips, paying careful attention to edges and overlaps, let cool for about 5 minutes, and begin next cycle. Also, press aggressively before starting the heat cycles once everything is in in place, paying extra attention to edges and overlaps. Once you start the heat cycles, your only objective is to get the adhesive down into the stippling on the grips and mags then let it sit to give the adhesive time to cure. For removal, Talon recommends peeling gently, using alcohol (not for you, for the gun
). To clean, I just gently use a slightly dampened microfiber cloth and let it air dry.