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How to iron on a rhinestone motif

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Published on May 28, 2011

1. Remove the white backing from the transfer.
2. Check to make sure no stones have moved out of place. If any have moved simply put them back in place with a pair of tweezers.
3. Place the transfer sticky side down onto the fabric. You may want to use a thin pressing cloth between fabrics layers to prevent the adhesive from gluing the layers together.
4. Set the iron to the highest possible setting for your fabric (the wool or cotton setting is the most desirable).
5. You want to iron on a hard flat surface (not a padded ironing board). Place a thin pressing cloth over the design. Apply pressure only with NO STEAM by placing the iron directly on top of the design and holding it in place for 20-30 seconds. For larger designs, you will have to do this in sections.
6. Wait for the transfer tape to cool but still remain a little warm to the touch then slowly remove it. If any of the stones remain on the tape, simply lay it back down and iron over those stones.
7. Once the transfer tape is removed, turn the garment inside out and iron the design following the instructions above. This helps pull the adhesive into the fabric.

Please note: We assume no responsibilty for damage to your garment or transfers during the application process.

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