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Topic: Help! How to get spray adhesive off a stenciled shirt?  (Read 733 times)
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« on: December 16, 2009 03:38:18 PM »

OKay so I was making some shirts for Christmas using plastic sheet protectors as stencils. I used a light coat of spray adhesive to make the stencil stick to the shirt, turned out great except on one shirt... the adhesive got goopy and now there are globs of dried adhesive on the shirt.

I am pretty sure the glue will come out in the wash. But... I have to iron the shirt first to set the paint. Do you think if I iron it I will ruin my iron with glue? I know you can iron over a piece of wax paper to get wax out of clothes, do you think the same is true for adhesive? If I iron over it will it set the glue into the shirt?

Just trying to see if this shirt is savalgeable. Thanks everyone!
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