How To Use Infusible Ink, Infusible Ink products must be applied to a compatible Infusible Ink blank. You can use iron-on or HTV products on any color garment. Infusible Ink products work with compatible* white or light-colored fabrics.,
How To Use Infusible Ink
Another thing to consider is that iron on can be used with different base materials like T-shirts (cotton, poly-blend), wood, metal, glass, etc. Nonetheless, Infusible Ink is not only limited to be transferred on white and very light colors, but you also need to use Cricut compatible blanks to have the best results.24-Oct-2019
Tips/need to know about the new Infusible Ink System: Works best on Infusible Ink Compatible Surfaces (created by Cricut) Lint Roller is Recommended. Butcher/Parchment Paper is Needed (Comes with the Infusible Ink Sheets but you will need extra for marker projects)04-Jun-2019
Wood is a natural substance and does not contain polyester, the reason it's able to work is because it's surface is so porous that the infusible ink sinks into it. ... You will need to finish the surface to lock the infusible ink into the wood.28-Nov-2019
To complete this project using Cricut EasyPress 2, press at 385°F (195°C) for 40 seconds using light. For original Cricut EasyPress and Cricut EasyPress Mini settings, refer to Cricut Heat Transfer Guide.
Infusible Ink products must be applied to a compatible Infusible Ink blank. You can use iron-on or HTV products on any color garment. Infusible Ink products work with compatible* white or light-colored fabrics.