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debrr
« on: April 16, 2009 05:47:57 PM »

I had some Canon T shirt transfers TR-101 and tried to transfer thick black text to a T-shirt using an Elna press at the cotton setting. The weird thing is that the left half of it transferred great and looked good. However on the right side, it was like the image didn't completely come off. I tried heating it a couple different times and still didn't seem that it all came off.
Does anyone have any ideas what went wrong. ( I know the transfer paper is old, could that the problem?) I have another pkg. that is also old but still sealed, do you think that would work better?
Really appreciate any insight someone might have! Thanks.
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BudgeIsCool
« Reply #1 on: April 26, 2009 02:55:38 PM »

I would say that you didn't iron it for long enough, but if you did, I'm not sure what happened. Hm. Maybe it was too old.
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I have a whole bunch of fliers advertising a series of concerts (but all the fliers are the same), does anyone want them?
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