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Flip Flops Rhinestone

Flip Flops Rhinestone

Man. #:
5237-29
Type:
Rhinestone
Sizing Info:
5" x 3.5"
Application:
Lights/Darks
Ink Type:
Rhinestone
Item #:
A4538B
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  • Rhinestone Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature at 327 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set pressure at medium to heavy.
    3. Remove the white plastic backing from the transfer.
    4. Place the transfer face up on the fabric.
    5. Press for 13 seconds.
    6. Let cool for several minutes and peel off the plastic very slowly.
    7. Press again directly on the design for 5 seconds.
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