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The 'easier' factor exists too, and translates directly into 'consistency'. It is nigh impossible to provide consisent, even pressure with an iron so they ever shirt you make will be the same and be pressed correctly all the way across. A heat press will also work much faster (say, 2 minutes a shirt instead of 5) and without all the physical stress (you need to really press down heavily on an iron to provide the pressure needed to make a good bond). Iron-ons are fine for yourself or friends, but if you're selling them you're going to want a heat press.
 
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