How to Remove Iron on Letters?

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Turn the shirt inside out. Dip a cotton swab into some rubbing alcohol and apply it to the fabric where the letter is attached. Make sure it is saturated. Wait about 10 seconds and start peeling the letter up. Repeat as you go along if needed.
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There are a few ways to remove iron on letters. But you may have to repeat the process in order to remove every trace. The solvent method using goo remover works pretty well. Also applying a little rubbing alcohol, waiting a few minutes then peeling off is also a good technique.
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1. Dip a cotton swab or the edge of a cloth in rubbing alcohol. Rub it on the back of the shirt, right behind the iron-on letter. Wait about 10 seconds and then try to peel the letter
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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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