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Place the image face down on the fabric.
**Note that images will appear reversed, so if you have text or something that needs to be oriented in a certain manner, make sure this is reversed during the image printing process.

Using a piece of scrap cloth, wet it with acetone (found in pharmacies, used in really cheap nail polish remover - but not in the better nail polish removers, so make sure your nail polish remover is not non-acetone!). Rub the back of the image for a few seconds, pressing gently. Try not to move the image. (You can pin it in place, if you want.)

Lift the paper and - voila!

Enjoy!

**Always test an image on a scrap piece of fabric before heading to work on your finished garment!

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    Sep 1, 2012, 11.18 AMby Sally Radgeby

    same question… nice tutorial anyway :)

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    Sep 4, 2011, 04.25 PMby zeloco

    Have you tried washing it? does it stay or it washes out?

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