1. Keep the back
side clean before ironing, and adjust the temperature to suit the temperature
of the clothes according to the method of using the iron.
2. Put the cloth
on the appropriate position (do not tear off the glue), go back and forth a few
times, usually burn for about 15 seconds.
3. In order to
prevent burns, you can put a thin cotton cloth on the cloth (not to be a faded
cloth). After ironing, check the edges to see if it is hot, and burn a few
times on the edges.
4. It is also
necessary to determine the temperature according to the thickness of the cloth.
If it is thicker, it must be higher in temperature and longer in ironing. For
particularly thick cloth, you can burn it a few times on the back.
5. For cloth
with embroidered sequins or metal wires, it should be ironed from the reverse
side. After the cloth is fixed firmly, trim the corners from the front to avoid
damaging the front sequins or other accessories.
6. The best way
is to use a needle thread to sew a few stitches on the side of the cloth after
it is hot. This is firmer and very compliant.
7. If there is
no iron in the house, you can also sew the cloth directly on the clothes with
the same color line.