So...you made an ooops and now you want to remove heat transfer vinyl from a shirt or other fabric. While it's not meant to be removed, there is a way to remove HTV if necessary.
The secret is Goo Gone.
I'm using an old onesie and a scrap piece of HTV to demonostrate this...so here's what my onesie looked like before my HTV mistake.
And there's my oops...
Most likely you'll only get small pieces off at a time. If you need more Goo Gone and more heat, go for it. I like to spray the Goo Gone and then iron the area for a few seconds before working on removing the HTV for a few minutes and then repeating.
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