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    Default Remove iron ons

    Ok, I attempted to put iron on tags onto DD1s school uniform, but I've kinda messed it up. I've managed to remove some of them easily, but the others are well and truly ironed on.
    How do I remove them?

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    I ironed iron ons over them..lol but I am lazy.
    I want to know the same thing so I can take them off their clothes before I donate them.

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    I read that if you iron them again to make them hot you can peel them off. I haven't tried it but might be worth a shot.

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    I haven't tried this myself but know that if you take a plain piece of paper and put it over the label and iron it, the label should transfer to the paper, it could take maybe 5mins?

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    I also heard ironing over them directly will melt the plastic into little balls and you can just pull them off, but don't want to ruin my iron!
    I can only try heating them and peeling them off, if that doesn't work I can try the paper one too.


 

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