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Place a flat square of cloth above and below the shirt to prevent scorching. Sincerely, John Mills ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) WE INK http://www.weink.com/ * comp.periphs.printers FAQ * http://www.weink.com/cpp/ original message... I read your great suggestion and rushed right out and purchased one. I instantly scorched a t-shirt around the area where I used the iron on top of it. I only had the griddle set to 375 degrees and the iron set to cotton. Have you ever scorched a t-shirt with this method? Is there another "tip" to prevent scorching? Thanks! Garnetta Garnetta@Sullivan-Creative.com http://Sullivan-Creative.com -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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