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L Rogers
L Rogers

Do rhinestone transfers have to be applied with a heat machine?

in Iron on Transfers Knowledge - 3 answer - 3064 Day ago
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A heat machine is better than an iron. It saves more time and gets higher pressure than using an iron with hands. If u r doing rhinestone transfer t-shirts, that's what my business is about, too, then u definitely need one.

3064 Day ago
No, does't have to. An iron is also OK. U just need to get 350F Degree to apply the transfer to fabric.

3067 Day ago
Hello, Rogers! Thank you for your interest in our business. Regarding your question, the answer is definitely not necessarily have to be a heat machine. A simple iron can do the job fine. A proper temperature of 380F degree with proper pressure is needed to press the rhinestone transfer onto the garment. And if you only need to do the application for several pieces of transfers, an iron is the most saving choice as heat machines cost much more than irons. But if you are doing rhinestone transfer business with large quantities, still I strongly suggest you get a heat press as it saves more time in the long run. Here is a detailed instruction on it: https://www.cstown.com/how-to-iron-on.html Hope above assists! Have a nice day!

3070 Day ago
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