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In which case we'll find out
As a direct UV light won't be filtered by intervening glass. However I don't see household or hobby expenditure on a UV lamp as particularly desirable. I have enough once used/never used tools and gadgets. Cheaper to buy new transfers.
Now if we had some kind of lamp that would remove yellow from acetate cockpit canopies, I might buy that.
Could be the problem that UV wavelengths are largely absorbed by glass. In the lab we use quartz curettes (expensive!) when measuring DNA or RNA concentrations at 360 nanometers, which is in the UV range.
I put the decals in one of those one piece clear picture frames that stand in their own and leave them in the window. I check every couple of days. Some have worked some have not. Longest was a set of Fujimi decals for a 1/72 hawk. Took over a month to get them passable clear. Good luck.
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