Iron on Letters?

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Iron on letters can be used for creating all sorts of fun messages on jackets, blankets, and clothing. Personalized t shirt kits will come with an assortment of letters that have an adhesive backing. The letters are arranged in desired fashion and an ordinary clothes iron is used to press them on permanently. The adhesive backing on these letters is activated with heat and the glue melts, bonding the surfaces together. Approximately 15 seconds of heat and 90 seconds of drying time is a good rule of thumb to follow when applying these letters and produces favorable results.
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