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Why is my heat transfer vinyl not sticking

Heat Transfer Vinyl Iron on Vinyl

Why is my heat transfer vinyl not sticking

If you are a fan of craft vinyl, you may not be able to apply vinyl to shirts, bags or other fabrics on your first try. In the beginning, you may have wasted a lot of materials, learning tailoring settings, heating time, temperature, pressure, computer problems, not mirroring, etc. Have you ever pressed or ironed heat transfer vinyl, or found that vinyl is peeling off your shirt or bag before or after washing? Have you ever felt that your HTV just barely stuck to the shirt, or did not stick to it at all when you peeled off the bracket?...

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Can you use HTV vinyl on glass?

Heat Transfer Vinyl Iron on Vinyl

Can you use HTV vinyl on glass?

Some customers asked us about applying of heat transfer vinyl (HTV) to glass. Many of you already know that heat activates the glue on the HTV. It means that, a reasonable conclusion can be drawn that HTV will adhere to any heat-conducting object (except for certain fibers and coating materials). Since the thermal conductivity of glass is very good, and there is no coating, it is possible to apply heat transfer vinyl on the glass! Some customers asked us about applying of heat transfer vinyl (HTV) to glass. Many of you already know that heat activates the glue on the...

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How to Use Iron on Vinyl

Iron on Vinyl

How to Use Iron on Vinyl

Here is a complete guide on making custom cute T-shirts and any other crafts involving iron on vinyl. Learn about tips and tricks for making iron adhere to vinyl, and find answers to all common questions about ironing vinyl here. It's time for a step-by-step tutorial!   #1 What is iron on vinyl There are two main types of vinyl: adhesive vinyl and iron on vinyl (also called heat transfer vinyl, HTV or t-shirt vinyl). It is a special type of vinyl that can be adhered to fabric. It has a heat-sensitive adhesive and can be used for fabrics and other materials...

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