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  • I started by finding a good quality image online of the weber logo and dropping it into photoshop to blow it up to the size I wanted. Then print the image onto avery label paper. Then stick that label paper onto a sheet of clear self adhesive shelf liner. Then cut the logo out with an x-acto knife, the tricky part is keeping everything together after you cut it. I used little strips of the shelf paper as bridges to hold everything then removed them once I stuck it to the pot. I used a clean rag and paint thinner to clean any oils from the pot, then applied the "weber" portion of the logo. The grill portion of the logo doesn't go on until after a couple coats of primer, a drying period, then a few coats of red in the grill area. Once the red has fully cured, apply the grill stencil, then spray everything down with a few coats of black. Its a lot of work but is pretty impressive when its done.
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