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Old January 31st, 2008 Jan 31, 2008 4:14:09 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default UK based supllier of Iron All and Iron All Dark transfers?

Hello All, Does anyone know a UK based supllier of Iron All and Iron All Dark transfers?

ADMIN EDIT: for ease of reading, I thought I would add a link to a thread that lists the various names for Ironall. The thread also includes some vendors in the UK that carry the transfer paper: IRONALL DARK Opaque Inkjet Heat Transfer Paper: The different names it is sold under and suppliers

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Old January 31st, 2008 Jan 31, 2008 4:23:39 AM -   #2 (permalink)
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Hi Felix

There was a guy selling on Ebay sometime back, shop was called Tagz clothing 2007. If I find others will mail
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Old January 31st, 2008 Jan 31, 2008 5:10:52 AM -   #3 (permalink)
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be careful buying from e-bay i bought 3 diff named papers from e-bay and when they arrived they where all the same thing and its rubbish ok for the person that just wants to do the odd thing but u couldn't really sell it
 
 
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Denise has a valid point regarding buying off Ebay even if I did suggest it, (can't be to careful ). I checked out the shop after posting, he no longer advertise's
sale of Iron all, just T shirts and hair irons?

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Old January 31st, 2008 Jan 31, 2008 9:15:33 AM -   #5 (permalink)
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Denise has a valid point regarding buying off Ebay even if I did suggest it, (can't be to careful ). I checked out the shop after posting, he no longer advertise's
sale of Iron all, just T shirts and hair irons?

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as u seemed a bit puzzled about hair iron they r for straightening curly hair
just thought u might want to know hehe
 
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I may just have to order from the States. New Milford I think it was. Although the hair iron from ebay sounds tempting.
 
Old January 31st, 2008 Jan 31, 2008 12:23:19 PM -   #7 (permalink)
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I may just have to order from the States. New Milford I think it was. Although the hair iron from ebay sounds tempting.
Coastal has an ajent that sells Laser opaque in England I have just got some and Targets sell a good 1 for lights, if u order from the states remember u may get caught for vat so u will need to add another 17.5% on and thats not just for goods that for total cost "goods+ postage" just a warning
 
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Default Re: UK based supllier of Iron All and Iron All Dark transfers?

Thanks for explaining the use of hair iron Denise, no use for me then, just a bit of spit and polish and I'm done.
 
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Default Re: UK based supllier of Iron All and Iron All Dark transfers?

Thanks for the replies everyone. Well I just received my order from New Milford of Iron All Dark and also Jetpro Sofstretch for lights. I am very impressed with the Sofstretch. No color loss after a hot wash and, as far as im concerned, a soft feel/hand. The Iron All Dark had a heavier feel/hand to it. Maybe that is normal. I have not wash tested it yet. I guess you would need a cutter also with the Iron All Dark.
 
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Just something to think about.The freight, duty and vat would still be paid by the local distributer in the Uk. By odering direct from the US you will be cutting out the middleman.
 
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Just something to think about.The freight, duty and vat would still be paid by the local distributer in the Uk. By ordering direct from the US you will be cutting out the middleman.
I have bought both ways and found that to buy in UK u get it faster,there is very little difference in cost,however looking at the local t/p atm and will be posting results in a min the test i am doing are fro Laser printer non oil
also the big company's can buy bulk so it cuts the cost down for them ,for us to buy from USA in small amounts eg; 200 then it puts the cost up slightly more then buying it in UK
 
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Default Re: UK based supllier of Iron All and Iron All Dark transfers?

I agree that it would work out better to order from a UK company however the 2 products I ordered aren't available here yet. Im told that could be changing soon though.
 
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Default Re: UK based supllier of Iron All and Iron All Dark transfers?

Try:
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Or Xpres.

Both UK and used them before. No problem.
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xpres are good
 
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Default Re: UK based supllier of Iron All and Iron All Dark transfers?

I've been on the hunt for a good UK based IronALL supplier for a long time. All the other transfer materials do not compare so I don't use them as they always get complaints. Anyway I heard of this UK Ironall website and thought it may be of interest. I have just signed up and am waiting for more info. I will update when I get some.

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