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Thread: Iron On Transfers

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    Default Iron On Transfers

    I just recently picked up a onesie on EBay, but the Iron-On transfer cracked and tore apart. While I was able to get most of it off, a lot of the color is embedded into the fabric, showing what used to be there. I was wondering had anyone ever tried removing old Iron-On transfer material and adding a fresh one over the previous area, even though some of it still remains?

    Figured I asked before wasting the time and ink.

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    use cloth to iron it on, make sure the garment is clean as well.

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    Thanks for the info Fate, I can't wait to check out some of your items

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    your welcome they will be out the end of next month I hope.

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    I think you'll have to remove the rest of the old iron on so you have a flat surface. Then you should be able to apply a new one. You might try ironing the old one to get it off.

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    I have it all off for the most part. With the exception of tiny bits and pieces, it's mostly the dye from the picture which is stuck on.

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    I think a new one should stick. You won't know until you try it, and what do you have to lose, other than the bleed through print. Go for it!

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    Already ahead of the game I'm figuring a dark design could probably mask the previous screw up lol.

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