Glam Shirts Specializing in Custom Designs

       
 

Rhinestone Care and Information

Care instructions:
 

Turn shirt inside out

Hand wash or gentle cycle machine wash

Cold water

Line dry or air fluff in dryer no heat

 

Loose stone care:
 

Place shirt with design facing up

Heat iron to wool setting, no steam

Place flat part without holes directly

onto loose stone

Do not move the iron for 30 to 40 seconds

Remove iron straight up

Let shirt cool
 

Free Stone Replacement for Life of Product
 
 Instructions for using Iron On Transfers

1. Your transfers will be delivered as a shiny sheet of rhinestones with a white or translucent backing. Do not remove the backing until you are ready to use the transfer.

2.       You will need:  either an iron (preferably with NO steam holes) or a 'heat press', an ironing board (if you are using an iron), scrapes of old sheets or muslin or Teflon Sheets (muslin works just as well).

3.       Suitable Fabrics: any fabric that can withstand a minimum of 290-300 degrees F,  (wool setting on iron). These generally include: cotton, wool, Lycra, stretch Velour, Polyesters, nylon, Linen, Denim, Silk.  Therefore, most T-shirts, leotards, shirts, skirts, jeans, pants, blouses, hats, and sweaters are suitable. BUT! Test iron or heat press at settings advised by applying heat to area and applying heat with pressure for 25-30 seconds. Colored items may change color when hot, but usually return to normal when they cool. IF any damage due to heat (melting, scorching, etc.) the item is unsuitable for transfer work. Be very careful of Acrylics, Acetates (generally unfriendly to this process), and anything white. If discoloration occurs to white T-Shirts, this will usually disappear when washed, but testing is the operative word. Glam Shirts takes NO responsibility for damage to garments during this process....common sense rules!  

4.       Arrange garment on ironing board or heat press so that transfer can be applied. If garment is arranged so that front and back are 'stacked' (such as T-shirt placed on ironing board with both front and back as two layers), then insert a scrape of clean muslin, bed sheet, or Teflon Sheet between layers...this will prevent adhesive from going through front layer and bonding to back.

5.       Examine the transfer carefully. If any rhinestones have moved during shipping, now is the time to repair design (very rare occurrence, but can happen). Repair by removing backing, reposition stray rhinestone(s) with tweezers and replace shiny-side-down on sticky side of tape.  The errant rhinestone(s) will stay where placed.  IF all is well, then: peel off backing of Transfer. The 'Tacky Tape' of the transfer is very sticky, so place transfer carefully where you want it (you will not be able to move the rhinestones once they are heat bonded to fabric!

6.       Cover the transfer with a scrape of clean muslin or Teflon Sheet. (if you are applying transfer to Stretch Velour, we recommend a scrape of Organza covering under muslin).

7.       Apply heat by lowering iron straight down on transfer area and push hard for 25-30 seconds. DO NOT move iron around! You will move rhinestones.  If you are using a heat press, adjust pressure to about 15 pounds pressure...do not overdo this pressure thing, you will leave pressure marks on garment.

8.       Remove iron/open heat press, allow to cool for about 5-10 seconds, then remove Tacky Tape. If rhinestones come up with tape, replace the tape and apply heat again for another 20 seconds or try pressing rhinestone onto the garment. Careful! It will be very hot! Do not allow Tacky Tape to remain on area, remove when still warm to touch.  The rhinestones will remain on garment.

9.       Press the stones again after you remove tape for another 15 seconds. 

10.   We advise hand washing and line drying.  Generally, rhinestones of 10SS, and 12SS are very hardy.  6SS, 16SS, 20SS, and 30SS are less hardy, so care for your garments with common sense.

 

 
 

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