How Do You Remove Iron on Letters from Fabric?

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To remove iron on letters from a fabric, dip a cotton pad in alcohol and rub it on the back of the shirt, right behind the iron-on letter. After about 10 seconds, try to peel the letter off and rub the last stubborn pieces off with a wire. Wash the shirt in hot water and scrub it with a brush. If these methods do not work, apply the iron method. Wet the shirt and put it face up with a piece of parchment on top. Put your iron on the cotton setting and rub it in circles over the parchment. Lastly, peel off the parchment.
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1. Pull off the fabric on the iron using tweezers, or it scrape off with a wooden stick. "Don’t use metal tools, which will scratch the sole plate surface and lead to snags
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Wet the underside of the iron-on letter w/ rubbing alcohol. Wait for
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1. Place a handkerchief over the area of the fabric where the sticky tape is. If this is on an item of clothing, you can do this on an ironing board. If it is on something like a
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Turn the shirt inside out, place a damp cloth over where the letters are and iron it. the heat from the other side loosens the glue. Use a butter knife to scrape off the letters.
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