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Don’t know. Have not used yet
Amazon Customer
· April 30, 2018
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I think the problem with that is its slippery on both sides, if you could make it stick on just one side it may work.
Gr8hunter
· September 19, 2017
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I would guess so?? I used them as a craft mat. You might want to look for one that save microwave safe
Leeanna
· August 27, 2019
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15 3/4 × 23 3/4
Kindle Customer
· June 8, 2018
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It will protect from heat. It will provide some protection but will not stay in place unless adhered to surface. Liquids, glue or other adhesive may seep through material.
Reanetta M. Caffey
· January 8, 2018
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No. They will not waffle. However I did use the iron on it when I was using HTV and it melted the plastic within seconds. You definitely need to make sure your heat isn't set too high
Terenzio
· June 28, 2017
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In theory, this would dim and deflect the light, while it is translucent and allows some light through, and it should tolerate the heat produced by the light. However, there are a couple of things. It is relatively impermeable, and will not allow air to flow, which may cause heat to build up. Significant risk that t… see more In theory, this would dim and deflect the light, while it is translucent and allows some light through, and it should tolerate the heat produced by the light. However, there are a couple of things. It is relatively impermeable, and will not allow air to flow, which may cause heat to build up. Significant risk that the light could overheat; this may cause a fire hazard, as well as creating a hot surface if it is touched. While this product would not likely ignite under such use, it could potentially cause heat build-up and indirectly be a fire hazard. Also, as it is Teflon, it is difficult to secure and attach it. I would recommend a heat tolerant mesh which would allow air flow to prevent heat build up. see less In theory, this would dim and deflect the light, while it is translucent and allows some light through, and it should tolerate the heat produced by the light. However, there are a couple of things. It is relatively impermeable, and will not allow air to flow, which may cause heat to build up. Significant risk that the light could overheat; this may cause a fire hazard, as well as creating a hot surface if it is touched. While this product would not likely ignite under such use, it could potentially cause heat build-up and indirectly be a fire hazard. Also, as it is Teflon, it is difficult to secure and attach it. I would recommend a heat tolerant mesh which would allow air flow to prevent heat build up.
Amazon Customer
· May 11, 2018
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Yes
G. Bryson
· August 27, 2019
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It's easy, place one sheet under the material and one over it before pressing, if you are pressing something that could melt, you can use these over and over lots of times.
Classic Collection LLC
Seller · June 26, 2017
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I'm not sure what a pressing matt is but these are used between your transfer and iron. They work great. Stops the transfer from sticking to your iron or press.
Marianne Foust
· May 27, 2020