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Things to Consider Before Applying Iron on Rhinestones

By Cheyenne Miakoda Subscribe to RSS | January 3rd 2012 | Views:
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Prepare the Gear:

The first and foremost step is to prepare all the things needed to apply these stones. This task includes the preparation of stones, objects and other necessary items. The process varies for different things, to explain, let's take garments as an example. Initially, prepare the garment by washing it properly and removing all the wrinkles because dirt and creases can ruin the design. After the cloth is ready to go, prepare the iron. It is best to avoid a steam iron and do not keep the temperature high it can do the job faster but not better.

Right Place for a Better Glaze:

Finding the right surface is as important as buying the right stones, this is because if the surface is not good enough the application will be trashed. The right surface should have a stronge base, unlike a regular ironing stand. Tables with sturdy bases are the ones to choose whereas shaky stands should be avoided because they do not allow an individual to press the stones onto the garment firmly. Thus to make the design look better than usual, a smooth and sturdy surface is a necessary compulsion.

Appropriate Ironing:

The final step is to Iron, which should be done with control and perfection. After setting up the area and items, place the jewels as they are intended to look like after the final outcome. Design them appropriately that requires proper calculations. Once the little gems are ready to be affixed to the cloth, simply press them. Make sure to hold the ironing pressure for a while so that the glue on these stones can melt and grip the fabric. A common mistake, is to quickly pick up the garment piece to see how the design looks, this should be avoided as the rhinestones require time to cool down and stick on an object.

These beautiful bling jewels are available in different sizes, shapes and styles. Internet is the best source to find the better and more affordable quality. There are many good rhinestone contractors selling them online for a reasonable price. The shiny look these stones have to offer makes a cloth look even better than the brand new ones. Thus, it is advisable to reuse the old stocked clothes by applying Iron on Rhinestones on them. A good idea is to ask others if they want to use the stones too and make a bulk purchase to cut down the price at a much more affordable level.

Cheyenne Miakoda - About Author:
Rhinestones of high quality and affordability can be purchased at ThreadArt.com.

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