EnduraTEX Iron On Heat Transfer Vinyl - 15 in x 15ft - Army

ET-SI-1515-640

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EnduraTEX Iron On Heat Transfer Vinyl - 15 in x 15ft - Army
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Product Details: EnduraTEX Iron On Heat Transfer Vinyl - 15 in x 15ft - Army

Overview

enduraTEX Heat Press Material “Iron ON”


Press like a PRO, without the heat press, just use your household iron! Yes, that is all that is needed for enduraTEX “Iron On” and it is just that easy. It offers excellent opacity, durability and it is stretchable and has a supple feel.

  • Polyurethane, ready-to-cut, custom garment decoration
  • Thinner than most films, easier to weed
  • 3.7 mil
  • Weed small letters and fine designs easily
  • Light pressure to start then increase pressure as you iron
  • Use teflon sheet or parchment paper

  • Application Directions
    Reverse cut, recommend 45 degree blade. This is HOT peel product. Weed excess material. Preheat iron to “Cotton” setting. Apply light pressure then increase as ironing. Apply heat for 1 minute 15 seconds to 1 minute 30 seconds.


    Wash Instructions
    Labeled on garment. Turn garment inside out. Wait 24 hours before washing. Excellent durability, even after repeated washings. Do NOT exceed temperatures of 180 degrees F. CAN be dry cleaned. Do NOT dry in a tumble dryer.

    10 simple steps! Learn more about EnduraTex Iron-On heat transfer material application process. Click Here

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    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Perfect Iron On

    I bought this product to make T-shirts for my fiancé' while he was in the police academy. He needed a bunch of undershirts that had his last name in 3 inch block letters. The stores produced wanted a ton of money to produce these shirts that I knew would get trashed during his PT. So I decided to use my Cricut Expression machine (yes, a die cutting scrapbook machine) to make my own. The vinyl cut and weeded very well. I used a Teflon sheet to cover it during the ironing process. The vinyl stuck great and has been washed and dried mult. times over the last two weeks. This product held up great.
    Jennifer Howald (Shirley, ma) 3/25/2016