Vintage 70s & 80s Iron-ons...
Have you ever heard of someone successfully transferring one that was 30 to 40 years to a blank new shirt?
I know most iron-ons are usually viable from 1-3 years (the backing paper, etc.) but with modern tech today can it be done with much older ones?
|by Anonymous||reply 6||Last Thursday at 9:34 PM|
do you have more than one that you can experiment with?
|by Anonymous||reply 2||Last Wednesday at 8:06 AM|
I also think that it doesn't matter if someone else has done it because each transfer may be different. I think the only thing you can do is try it and hope for the best. I hated iron on transfers because I always got one section that I couldn't get to stick.
|by Anonymous||reply 3||Last Wednesday at 8:09 AM|
R2 I haven't bought any yet. If it's too high a risk then I won't purchase any. I'm waiting on some feedback to solve my dilemma.
|by Anonymous||reply 4||Last Wednesday at 8:45 AM|
There are a couple of shops online who sell vintage iron-ons and have instructions on how to use them, so I would assume they still work.
I'd definitely try with an iron-on you don't care so much about first.
|by Anonymous||reply 5||Last Wednesday at 9:12 AM|