How to Iron on Korean Rhinestone Transfer Motif
How to Iron on Korean Rhinestone Transfer Motif

Rhinestone Heat Transfers gives a brighter highlight and emphasize the image on the fabric. 
These Korean rhinestones featuring clear cut facets,complete edges and strong adhension.
Easily transfered on clothing, past washing test, high temperature resistance, high refactive index
Rhinestones, PU vinyl, glitter and more hot fix products can easily be combined and it will only require ONE PRESSING no matter how many different materials are involved. 
These transfers can be customized your t shirts, tank top, sweatshirt, hoodies, caps, pants, leotard, bags, tea towels, socks, aprons and other accessories
Iron-on Rhinestone Transfer Instructions
We advise you to do a test pressing before Ironing on. Select a porous fabric or surface to apply your motif, Such as a garment or ribbon. TEST THE PRODUCT FIRST TO BE SURE IT CAN WITHSTAND THE HEAT OF THE IRON.
Set the iron to a medium-high setting, approximately 350 degrees. Turn the steam OFF. Put the fabric on a firm and flat place
Insert a piece of paper between the front and back of the garment so the glue will not penetrate into the back side.
Inspect the rhinestone design. Using a finger to nudge offset stones back into position over the clear plastic. Use the replacements to replace any missing stones. Trim with scissors if necessary.
The top layer is clear which holds the design in place. The white paper is the bottom and keeps the clear, sticky layer from coming in contact with unwanted surfaces.
Turn the transfer so that the white is on the top. Separate a corner from the clear layer. Using a finger to hold the clear layer in place, SLOWLY peal the white paper toward the opposite corner. Do this SLOWLY!
With the sticky side down, place the transfer on to the fabric.  It may be gently removed and re-positioned at this point. Inspect the stone layout once more before ironing.
Iron the transfer with medium to firm pressure.  Do not wiggle the iron. Heat all areas about 10-15 seconds depending on the size of the stones. Larger stones take more time. Ensure all stones are heated and have pressure applied. Re-position the iron once or twice to compensate for non heated stones
Allow the pressed transfer to cool before SLOWLY removing the clear paper. As the paper is being removed, examine the design and the paper to be certain that all parts have bonded to the fabric and none remain on the paper. If some parts are not bonded, stop the removal process, lay the paper back down and re-press
The stones remain on the fabric. If any stones are lifted up, replace the plastic and re-iron the areas where the stones were lifted.
The garment can be machine-washed inside-out and hang to dry.
• Temperature: 320-360°F
• Time: 7– 15seconds
• Pressure: Medium
• Peeling way: Cold
• Advise do a test pressing before Ironing on.
• Always use a clean Teflon sheet.
• In general, the higher the temperature, the shorter the pressing time needed. Fabrics vary. Some work better with a higher temperature and less time.
• Washing the decorated garments inside-out and drying on a cool setting will be better.
• Working presses are HOT. Always keep children away.