Cricut Infusible Ink is a revolutionary new way to create custom apparel. It utilizes heat transfer and a special ink to create beautiful designs that are both durable and vibrant. But can Cricut Infusible Ink be used on any shirt?
The answer is yes and no. Cricut Infusible Ink works best on light-colored, 100% cotton materials. While it can be used on other materials, they may not absorb the ink as well or last as long.
You should also avoid using it on any material that contains spandex or nylon, as they may not heat up enough to properly transfer the ink.
In addition, it’s important to note that Cricut Infusible Ink will not work on pre-treated fabrics such as those with a waterproof coating or a heavy coat of dye. These types of fabrics simply won’t absorb the ink properly and won’t produce the desired results.
Cricut Infusible Ink also works best on shirts that have a flat surface. It can be used on shirts with some texture, but it won’t produce the same results as it would on a flat surface. The texture may make it difficult for the ink to adhere properly or cause it to look uneven when applied.
In conclusion, Cricut Infusible Ink can be used on any shirt if you make sure that the fabric is 100% cotton and free of pre-treatment or heavy dyes. However, if you plan to use it on fabrics with texture or spandex/nylon blends, you may want to consider using another type of heat transfer method instead.