Tuesday Tips

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Today’s Topic: Removing adhesive from your iron

This week we address one of those pesky, mid-project problems. Imagine this… You’re in the middle of a project and you’re working with one of Legacy™ fusible interfacings. Everything is going well until the dog barks, distracting you just enough so that you end up with a bit of adhesive on your iron. Have no fear! There is an easy solution.

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Q: “I got adhesive on my iron.  What do I do?”

A: To remove any fusible residue from your iron, we recommend that you use a Hot Iron Cleaner, a product that can be found on the notions wall of your local fabric or quilt store. It is a thick cream that is applied to your iron. Be sure to follow the directions carefully as this product is applied to a HOT iron and we don’t want you to get burned!  If you do a lot of fusing, we would recommend that you purchase a iron/silicone sole plate that fits over the bottom of your iron. This can be found in many local fabric shops or you can order one online.

Problem? SOLVED!

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We hope you enjoyed this Tuesday’s Tips! For any additional questions, send us an email or leave a comment below!

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