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Hello everyone, I just got a gift from a friend, a tote bag that is made of 100% cotton canvas. The design seems to be printed on a transfer paper as I can make out the rectangle around the design and feel the layer. In the past when I made my own tshirts using inkjet transfer and an iron, as expected the quality was awful and cracked after several washes. This tote was not diy by her but purchased so I reckon it could be via heat transfer and not a normal iron.

Would this mean the quality for the transfer would last longer and not crack as much? I'm aware that heat transfer given the temperature and pressure would be more effective than an iron.

I'm just worried that with washes the rectangle outline will show and that the design will crack/peel. Any input is greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance!
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