what kind of print paper or press lets you iron right over it with out getting it smuged or rubbed off. i have some shirts that i accidently ironed over and they got smeared but i have other shirts with designs and i am able to iron right over them
Ahhh, grasshopper, you come to get wisdom from the Iron All King.. As The owner of New Milford calls me.. I use, and at time misuse, "Iron All" It is for lights and it is great on tees. You can iron on it and no worry about damage at all. I press shirts after I place design on them. Try that with a regular hot peel and you will be replacing that shirt. There are some quirks about the paper. Call them (New Milford and order their sample pack. I think it is $5.99 and free shipping. What kind of press are you using and Epson. Write me as to how to use. Lou
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