How to Remove Heat Transfer Vinyl (HTV)
If you're like any crafter you probably have a few mistake clothing projects sitting with the HTV still on them in your craft room or closet. And you also don't know how to get it off without ruining your shirt. Well, RQC Supply has found the perfect solution: Vinyl Liftoff Remover! (VLR). In this blog post, We'll show you how to use it safely and effectively to remove all of that pesky HTV. So read on and learn how to use Vinyl Liftoff Remover like a expert!
1. What is Vinyl Lift Off VLR and how does it work?
With VLR, removing vinyl graphics and letters from fabric surfaces has never been easier. Simply add a few drops on the product, wait a few minutes, and peel away the material without any extra scrubbing or scraping. And thanks to its unique formula, VLR can also be used to remove residue left behind from old adhesive on your clothing articles. Say goodbye to hours of tedious manual labour and - VLR works quickly and effectively to strip away unwanted vinyl from most fabric surfaces. VLR is an essential tool for any crafter or business dealing with vinyl on fabrics. Try out VLR for yourself and experience the convenience and ease it offers in removing vinyl lettering mishaps.
2. Pros and cons of using Vinyl Lift Off VLR
If you're new to working with HTV, you may be wondering what the best way to remove it, perhaps you didn't notice you applied your design upside down or forgot to weed the inside of an O. Some people swear by vinyl liftoff remover, while others say that hairspray or rubbing alcohol works just as well. So, what's the truth? Let's take a closer look at the pros and cons of using VLR aka vinyl liftoff remover.
3. How to use Vinyl Lift Off VLR to remove HTV from clothing.
Follow the package directions to wear protective gloves and working in a well ventilated area. By putting an old rag under your project works to keep your work surface below clean. Apply the VLR (Vinyl Lift Off) to the back of the piece you want to remove, applying as little as possible, using a q tip to spread it around would be helpful a little bit goes a long way. Stretch your fabric to start loosening the htv. Pull the HTV after a few minutes and it may come off in pieces. Apply more of the VLR to the back if needed, you can add some to the front with a q tip if any adhesive remains after removal. Once your HTV is removed, allow your fabric to dry completely. By taking these precautions, you can safely and efficiently remove HTV designs as needed.
4. How to care for the substrate after removing the HTV
Use the same application methods as before to apply the new HTV to your fabric it will stick the same as when you were first applying it, remember to only do this after your fabric has dried completely.
With VLR, removing heat transfer vinyl from fabric surfaces has never been easier. Simply apply the product, wait a few minutes, and peel away the material without any extra scrubbing or scraping. And thanks to its unique formula, VLR can also be used to remove residue left behind from old adhesive. Say goodbye to hours of tedious manual labour - VLR works quickly and effectively to strip away unwanted vinyl from fabric surfaces. It's an essential tool for any business dealing with vinyl graphics and signage on fabrics. Try out VLR for yourself available to purchase in-store only at RQC Supply, you won't find it on the website unfortunately and experience the convenience and ease it offers in removing heat transfer vinyl mistakes.