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Ellen
Ellen

Do u know what is the temperature to apply the iron on transfer to my shirt? THX

in Iron on Transfers Knowledge - 3 answer - 3176 Day ago
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The temperature should be 350 degrees Fahrenheit. What I think is more important to pay attention to is about the time. Different materials should be done for different length of time. Here is a small tip about the timing: For rhinestone desgins only or combination of glitter and rhinestones, use 350 degrees F for 10-15 seconds. If there is sequins in the design, extend the time to 25-30 seconds at 350 degrees F See details on page: https://www.cstown.com/how-to-iron-on.html

3176 Day ago
About 180 ℃ is OK. After warm up your iron for a few minutes, press your iron on the hot-fix transfer for about 15 seconds. If there is sequins in the design, extend the time to 25-30 seconds. Then put away your iron and wait the transfer to be completely cool before SLOWLY removing the clear paper. Hope above will help you make your beautiful DIY bling shirt!

3201 Day ago
Thank you for supporting us. First I have to confirm with you if the iron on transfer is our product? If it is, the proper temperature to apply it to a common shirt is about 350 degrees Fahrenheit (about 176.7 degrees Celsius). Hope above assists.

3205 Day ago
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