/ Instructions for Vintage Iron-Ons:
are VINTAGE, they are NOT REPRODUCTIONS.
They make a great collectables that will grow in value for years
to come. THEY HAVE BEEN STORED
FOR 20 to 25 even 30 YEARS. THEY DO STILL WORK JUST LIKE MAGIC.
REMEMBER: IT IS YOUR CHOICE WHAT YOU WANT TO DO WITH IT. I'M GIVING
INSIDER TIPS BECAUSE I WANT TO MAKE EVERYONE HAPPY AND PROVIDE
WITH A POSITIVE EXPERIENCE.
Uses for Vintage Iron-Ons:
1) Making cool "out of this world" t-shirts you and your
friends and will flip over.
2) Making custom clothing... skirts, t-shirts, jackets, undies,
couture. Cut 'em up, iron-on the front, the back, anywhere you
want. Make unique couture clothing.
3) Making other custom items... whatever you can dream up... the
sky is the limit.
4) Or just collecting. They are super rare and gain value over
the coming years.
All pictures of VINTAGE IRON-ONS are "BACK
LIT" (still on the paper)... Iron On Images are much clearer and
the colors are much more vivid when used.
They all all UNUSED from the late 60's, 1970's,
early 80's. Made of heavy opaque vinyl and press paints that can
go on any color t-shirt! These ARE
NOT the CHEAPY Cereal Box nor Crappy Computer Reproductions! 100%
ORIGINAL from a t-shirt shop that operated in the 1970's!!!
I have used at home every type
of iron on that I sell and have succesfully transfered the designs
to T-shirts in every case. Some take longer than others and some
are easier to do than others. They are COOL PEEL so you need to
apply as much pressure and heat as possible evenly around the entire
It takes approx. 15 minutes of heat and pressure (with a home iron).
Let it cool for a minute or two then it should peel right off.
NEVER FORCE IT OFF, YOU WILL WRECK YOUR SHIRT. If it is not coming
off; apply more heat
and more pressure, let it cool again and try CAREFULLY again. There
is also a much better way, that will save you work. Every
a t-shirt shop. I recommend that you take the iron on to a t-shirt
shop near you. Be polite and ask them if they can put it on a t-shirt
for you. They will have a press. If they ask you for instructions
here they are; Heat Press at 350-365 degrees. Press for 17-24 seconds.
Let cool completly. CAREFULLY Peel off in one direction. They will
understand these easy to follow directions. They will most likely
do it if you buy a T-shirt from them directly to put it on. This
is the best way, and a lot of people have been overjoyed that they
look so good. For care of your t-shirt; Wash in cold water with
like colors, line dry (never put it in the dryer). This will provide
you with years of great wear.
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