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Old 01-09-05, 02:11 AM   #1
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Iron-on cycling jerseys

Not sure if this should go here or "Foo", but here goes:

Anybody have any experience with iron-on transfer for cycling jerseys or dri-fit shirts (I'm a runner, so I've got a ton of these too.) Just want to do a bunch of goofy one-offs if I can find some cheap jerseys or recycle some of my dri-fits. ("Team Venture", Autobot logo, real useless crud.)

I'm betting it doesn't work. Most of the iron-ons I've seen say "for cotton or cotton/poly blends", and most of my drif-fits are 100% poly. Beyond whether it'd stick or not, I bet it'd gunk up the niftiness of the shirt pretty badly, rendering it useless.
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