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Jun 18, 2021 - 05:00 PM
You can trace and/or stitch on this medium-weight clear film. A great alternative to using a water soluble stabilizer when water is not an option for removal. Use as a topper, or a stabilizer on all fabrics that can withstand iron temperatures of 260-300F, which is similar to a cotton setting. Not recommend for napped or terry fabrics. Removal is easy: Tear away or cut away the excess film. With a dry iron set at wool or cotton (as high as the fabric can tolerate), place the iron directly on top of the film and move the iron in a back and forth motion. Iron until all of the film has melted and formed little balls. These particles can easily be shaken or brushed off.
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