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HP Use your HP printer to print on fabric

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Review 1 for Use your HP printer to print on fabric
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ams75
not all printers work
Date:August 28, 2012
Unfortunately this is not so true for all hp printers.
The 3 in one i had before would print on canvas. But when i upgraded to a better hp 3 in one. I found it would not take any canvas paper. Even a thick glossy paper. At best i can print on thin card stock.
I was really bummed about this since i do alot of photography and look for new ways to print them. Im in the market for a new printer anyways. It will still be hp. But i will for sure remember to test it on thicker paper before my return time is up.
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Review 2 for Use your HP printer to print on fabric
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Princess Lulu
Location: Mohave Valley, AZ
Printing on Fabric
Date:March 20, 2012
Interesting, very helpful. I've printed on fabrics for my quilts before, but they've always faded when washed. Very disappointing, I always tried to set them with hot iron. After reading this article, I now know about soaking them in the room temp water to set them...thank you so much!
Review 3 for Use your HP printer to print on fabric
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adquilter
Ink bleeds
Date:October 12, 2011
When printing on my HP Photomart C7280, the ink bled when it got wet. I had pressed it with a hot iron to attempt to "set" the ink, but still no good. Need to know if you should be using any special inks.
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grandma
Location: California
printing on cloth
Date:May 18, 2011
Yes, this is good.
I used it to make quilt squares.
Very successful.
But you might also mention
that people can print (in reverse) on
HP Iron On Transfers
and iron them onto T shirts
and other cloth items.
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craftymom77
Date:May 6, 2011
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