A water-soluble decal, printed on an offset or letterset press, is submerged in water and slid onto the product to be imprinted.
The decal is rubbed with a cloth or squeegee to remove any excess water and air from between the product and the decal. The product is then kiln-fired. Once fired, the decal becomes fused with the glaze. Hairline registration and superior reproduction of detail make it an excellent choice.