How to Use Heat Transfer Vinyl: Cutting and Applying Iron-on Vinyl - xTool

How to Use Heat Transfer Vinyl: Cutting and Applying Iron-on Vinyl - xTool

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Learning how to use heat transfer vinyl is a rewarding experience. If you're new to using this material, our step-by-step guide on how to use heat transfer vinyl with a vinyl cutting machine will get you started quickly.

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