How to Make Iron-On T Shirt Designs : How to Remove the Iron-On Backing

How to Make Iron-On T Shirt Designs : How to Remove the Iron-On Backing


Hi I’m Chris owner of Salon Teez, for Expert
Village this is how to create your own iron on t-shirt. Now the transfer is cool to the
touch and I can remove the backing, you can start in any corner that you like, just slightly
lifting the transfer up and begin to remove the backing around the transfer. Because I have trimmed it pretty closely I
actually lift it up in the middle and work my fingers across the transfer so that I make
sure all the transfer paper is removed the actual transfer that I have left on the t
shirt. Now we have our transfer on our t shirt, it feels very good, the ends are not lifting
up and it is trimmed nicely so that we do not have a lot of excess that we had before
and as you can see all of the ink is removed and has transferred onto the t shirt itself.

30 thoughts on “How to Make Iron-On T Shirt Designs : How to Remove the Iron-On Backing

  1. @djcutter94 there are different types of iron-ons u can purchase. some are transparent where there should be white. these are for white shirts. others actually print white, which are for black or dark coloured shirts

  2. Does it matter what printer you have? I have a f2480 HP printer, would I be able to use that and also would I need a type of certain type of ink? and does it matter on the material of the tshirt?

  3. Wow so much different than the old style transfer I'm used to using. They would leave the impression of the design on the paper. This way it seems nothing is left on the inkjet paper.

  4. its not really possible. you could try laying absorbent paper on top of the decal and iron at a high heat, melts the ink and the ink is absorbed up into the paper

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