Have you ever made a heat transfer vinyl mistake?
We have, in fact, more than once…and it usually goes one of two ways. You weed your design, it looks good, you press it and BOOM you see the mistake….You forgot to weed a section! Or maybe you create your design, you think it looks perfect, you press it and… it’s crooked! Well, fear no more, you can fix your HTV mistake with VLR Vinyl Letter Remover, and it is so simple to use.
To remove Heat Transfer Vinyl you need:
Directions on how to use VLR:
1 – Take your garment and go to a well-ventilated area.
2- If it is your first time using VLR you will need to take off the cap and puncture the base. Then shake the VLR solution.
3- Turn the garment inside-out and apply the solvent to the underside of the heat applied material. This will release the vinyl from the garment.
4- Once you have applied the VLR, it is best to stretch or pull the area with the mistake. This will make the heat applied material start to peel off of the garment.
5-Pull off the remaining heat transfer vinyl.
6 – If there is any residue left, remove it from the front side of the garment by applying the Vinyl Letter Remover to a clean white rag and rubbing it off.
7 – Repeat if necessary.