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Today I did an experiment and heat pressed a design on the back of one of my men's black denim biker vest. It came out very well, looks very nice. I did have to use two of the same designs, one over the other.

The design feels nice and seems to be very well stuck to the rough denim threads. Only thing I can think of is if the design would wear off fast since it's on a vest? You do use a vest for the outer layer and often as cover in weather.

However most wear a tee shirt more often, and just the tee itself in warm to hot weather. So seems to me if a tee last long enough a design on a vest would too. What do you think? :confused:
 

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my concern might be the adhesion of the design on design,
but i don't think people wash them very often (if at all)

do the fingernail scratch test and see what kind of adhesion you achieved
Hi. Yes I've picked at it and it seems very solidly on there. I've done that a few times with tees due to seeing something wrong with the first design or whatever. Never had a problem with the ones I use. Looks really good. :)
 
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