Iron it directly, after all layers are printed. If you want it to be a bit quicker, run it through the dryer first (saves ironing out that initial moisture from the shirt before you get to the ink).
Ah well, you don't actually need one.i don't have a dryer hehe
Nope, only if it gets wet (don't use a steam iron). It would smear if it was still wet (whether you had something on top of it or not), but after it's dry it will be fine.wouldn't the ink bleed when u iron directly on top?
Yep. And don't let it get wet again before it's cured. It will depend on ambient conditions, but waterbased ink generally takes in the region of 20-60 minutes to dry without assistance. You can speed that part up with a hairdryer if you want.so i just gotta let it dry naturally for awhile and THEN i iron afterwards?