Use HTV to Hide Stains

Life happens.

Photo showing stains.Sometimes I find a stain on clothing or other item and have no idea what it is, or where it came from. This happened to me recently when I found stains on two different unused items; one was a Onesie on which I had applied HTV but it had not been worn, and the other was an unused flour sack towel.

After unsuccessfully attempting to remove the stains, I was going to discard the items… which seemed like such a waste. It then occurred to me that I might be able to use HTV to hide stains.

Materials:

  1. Stained garment/item
  2. ThermoFlex Plus
  3. Red Capped Blade
  4. Iron or Heat Press
  5. Pressing cloth or Teflon sheet

Settings for KNK Zing:

  1. Force – 15
  2. Speed – 10
  3. Multicut 1 or 2

Steps:

  1. Decide on design that will cover stain adequately.
  2. Cut and weed design.
  3. Photo Showing HTV PlacementLay out design carefully to make sure it covers stain.
  4. Use heat press or iron per manufacturer’s instructions. (Don’t forget to use Teflon sheet or pressing cloth between clear transfer sheet and iron/heat press.)
  5. Remove transfer sheet. Repeat last step.
  6. Enjoy your renewed garment!

Finished Towel and OnesieAlthough the Onesie that I used for this process already had HTV on it, you could use this idea for any stained t-shirt or other garment. Get creative! Just check manufacturer information to see if the HTV can be used on the fabric content of your item.

 

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