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Apply a layer of fabric glue to the underside of the peeling letter. Spread the glue so that it covers the entire width of the loose area of the letter. Place the ironing board in an out-of-the-way area close to an electrical outlet. Heat the iron on low heat. Place a towel over the letter. Remove the iron and towel.
Put a pressing cloth or parchment paper over the top of the items being reattached, taking care not to move the items from the desired position. Carefully iron the items in place. Allow the garment to cool before moving it to let the fusible web to do its job.
Step 1: Dip a cotton swab or the edge of a cloth in rubbing alcohol. Rub it on the back of the shirt, right behind the iron-on letter. Wait about 10 seconds and then try to peel the letter off. Repeat if necessary.
Lay the jersey on the ironing board with numbers smoothed out. Set your iron to the hottest setting and turn the steam feature off. Position the number carefully, and place the edge of a sheet of plain paper over it. Press the edge (not the whole bottom) of the iron to the edge of the letter.
Iron wrinkles out of the shirt. Place a sheet of wax paper over the peeling ink. Press down firmly on the iron using both hands. Iron over the wax paper and peeling ink, keeping the iron moving over the wax paper from side to side.
Heat an iron to a high heat setting. Place the garment on an ironing board, and place a piece of paper on top of the area of the transfer that is peeling off. Iron over the peeling transfer quickly, using only the edge of the iron.
Time- Pressing or ironing for too short a time can cause HTV not to stick to your shirt. HTV works by using a heat activated adhesive so too little time and it won't heat enough to stick. Too long and it can actually burn the adhesive off. Temperature- Not all vinyl applies at the same temperature.
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