How To Remove Heat Transfer Paper From Shirt

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Heat transfer labels are used to decorate clothing by heat pressing or ironing designs or logos onto specialized transfer paper or synthetic film.

As an alternative to conventional sew-on labels, lightweight heat transfer labels are available.

Underwear, t-shirts, and swimwear are examples of clothing/garments that frequently use heat transfer labels in direct skin contact.

To get a quality heat transfer label for any of your choicest shirts, you will need to partner with a reliable and trusted heat transfer labels manufacturer.

Yes, even after getting these quality labels, sometimes you could be rushing to complete a shirt.

So you quickly create your design, cut the heat transfer label, put it all out on the shirt, and press everything into position.

You then realize you made a little error when you hold up your shirt. (Or even a large one!).

How in the world do you proceed at this point?  Start anew and discard everything? NO! Don't throw the shirt away. Save it in its place!

The following steps are used in removing the heat transfer paper, a typical label from a shirt.

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Step 1

Set the cotton or linen setting on your iron (or whatever else is the hottest temperature).  

Use the correct heat setting if the fabric of your clothing is not cotton or linen. You don't want your clothing to melt!

Step 2

Place the iron over your shirt so that the heated surface is against the side of the garment where the heat transfer paper is sewn.

The iron will typically need to be placed inside the shirt to accomplish this. BE CAREFUL NOT TO BURN YOURSELF!!

Step 3

With one hand, cover the plate with the undesirable portion of the heat transfer paper, and pull tightly.

Step 4

Starting at the top of the undesirable heat transfer paper, gently use a sweeping motion to take away the heat transfer paper using your scissors, X-Acto knife, or razor blade.

The substance may fall off in pieces at a time. Simply keep gnawing on the paper.

After being heated for a while, you'll start to notice that the paper starts to peel off quite easily.

The heat transfer paper can be removed with the tweezers or by continuing to use the scissors. You avoid burning your hands in this manner.

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Step 5

After you've eliminated all traces of heat transfer paper, you can wash the item inside out and then reapply your designs.

We advise waiting 24 hours to make sure the rest of your paper is set again if you used any chemical to remove a portion of your design.

You can then go back and iron what you had planned to put on your shirt.

Please keep in mind that this method only functions with an iron, not a heat press. Additionally, check to see if your material is heat-sensitive.

In Need Of High-Quality Heat Transfer Labels?

Choosing a heat transfer label for your garment may not appear to be a tough undertaking, but it is, given the wide range of products available in the market.

As a result, partnering with a reputable and trustworthy heat transfer labels manufacturer is essential.

We have an effective platform with many years of expertise and high-tech professionals at Harmony Print Pack Co., Ltd.

Our shipping system is efficient and reliable, and we can send your goods to you anywhere on the planet.

Kindly check and make your order today!  

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