ok boys... its my understanding that the fender paisley finishes that fender did in the 60s were basically CON-TACT paper applied to the body and then they put a small fade/burst of color around the edges to hide the edge of the CON-TACT paper. Then they would cover it all with a urethane/poly type clear-coat.... now here is my question(s) #1 i have heard of people using other materials like cloth or wrapping paper how do they adhere these materials to the body of the guitar to keep the underside from bubbling up underneath the clear coat? is this all rubbish...or can it be done? or do i have to use a CON-TACT type of paper or wallpaper... THANKS! any help would be appreciated.