How to remove iron on transfer paper printed on the shirt?
Iron on transfer paper is very popular in the market.Using an iron to transfer a pattern on a tshirt can enhance your personal style. It can also make all types of clothes more colorful. But after a while, you might get tired of the pattern. While most patterns transferred with an iron are permanent, you can try one or more of the methods below to remove them.
Method 1: Using chemical solvents to remove an iron on transfer paper printed on the shirt
1. Purchase chemical solvents to remove printed patterns. These specialty solvents are available on the market, but you can also try household solvents like nail polish remover, rubbing alcohol, or a glue remover like Goo Gone.
2. Put the clothes in the dryer. Bake on high temperature for a few minutes to heat up the glue and you may be able to loosen it a bit.
3. Turn the clothes inside out. The transferred pattern should be turned inside out. Find where the transferred patterns are and turn them over so the back of the pattern is facing up. If the clothes are sheer, you can see the back of the pattern.
4. Find a spot on the clothes to test the effect of the solvent. Test it in an inconspicuous spot to make sure the solvent won’t damage the garment before you can use it on the entire garment.
5. Saturate the garment with solvent. Pour a lot of solvent on the back of the pattern. This will allow the solvent to seep into the fabric and break down the glue between the fabric and the pattern.
6. Stretch the fabric. Stretching and wiggling the fabric helps the solvent penetrate the fabric and penetrate the adhesive. After stretching, you can pour some more solvent.
7. Peel off the transferred pattern. If the solvent works, the transferred pattern should be peeled off. You may have to scrape with a knife, or blow a little more hot air with a hair dryer to make the pattern come off more easily.
8. Remove any residual glue. After removing the transferred pattern, There may be glue residue on the clothes. Remove with rubbing alcohol or a glue remover like Goo Gone. Before using any chemicals on the fabric, be sure to find an inconspicuous location to test the effect.
9. Wash clothes separately. Wash clothes individually by hand or in the washing machine. If washed with other clothes, the solvent may damage other clothes. Be sure to wash it carefully with more detergent, so that the skin will not come into contact with the residual solvent when you wear it next time.
This is the first method about how to remove an iron-on transfer paper printed on the shirt,and I will tell you the next method in the next article.Thank you for attention to VISION heat transfer paper factory.Any other questions,please contact us or leave message to us.We will get back to you as soon as possible.