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Your iron may be greatly superior to mine...But the advantages that this heat press has over my iron are these:
1) I'm able set the exact temperature I need. (I didn't realize what a difference this would make!)
2) The heat press is HEAVY. I want a lightweight iron for ironing clothes, but want pressure (which weigh… see more
Your iron may be greatly superior to mine...But the advantages that this heat press has over my iron are these:
1) I'm able set the exact temperature I need. (I didn't realize what a difference this would make!)
2) The heat press is HEAVY. I want a lightweight iron for ironing clothes, but want pressure (which weight provides) for heat transfer designs.
3) This heat press has a timer. I've been amazed how much better my work turns out when I'm a little more careful about the timing.
These are the three major advantages I've found in using a heat press over my iron. To be truthful, any heat press probably delivers these. But the smaller, more compact size (even with the largest, the 12 x 10--which I purchased), and hence, easier storage when not in use...is what tipped the scales for me when choosing the Cricut over the other brands of heat presses. Hope this helps your decision-making! see less
Your iron may be greatly superior to mine...But the advantages that this heat press has over my iron are these:
1) I'm able set the exact temperature I need. (I didn't realize what a difference this would make!)
2) The heat press is HEAVY. I want a lightweight iron for ironing clothes, but want pressure (which weight provides) for heat transfer designs.
3) This heat press has a timer. I've been amazed how much better my work turns out when I'm a little more careful about the timing.
These are the three major advantages I've found in using a heat press over my iron. To be truthful, any heat press probably delivers these. But the smaller, more compact size (even with the largest, the 12 x 10--which I purchased), and hence, easier storage when not in use...is what tipped the scales for me when choosing the Cricut over the other brands of heat presses. Hope this helps your decision-making!

Boo
· November 22, 2018
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I use a teflon sheet and no you don't have to press too hard. I used to use my iron and this thing is AAAAAmazing!!! Time and heat control... no more guessing or over heating.
Amazon Customer
· October 17, 2018
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Yes it does. It does not come with a mat.
Laquita
· February 11, 2019
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Yes, if you print a cake on a shirt and make decorations for it then you could use it for cake decorating purposes
Bogey
· October 7, 2020
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It is recommended to use an EasyPress mat for best results, however, you can use a towel to protect your table or other surfaces if you do not yet own the EasyPress mat.
A manufacturer
Manufacturer · June 18, 2019
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I use the middle 9x9 for my projects, big and smalll
Rachelle Powell
· February 28, 2019
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Yes . It works great with hoodies!
Melissa
· April 4, 2019
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You do not need a cricut machine, this is just a heat press and is not in any way reliant on the cricut machine.
dolge.
· August 25, 2019
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Absolutely
BrittanysCraftsnMore
Seller · November 26, 2019
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An easy press mat, HTV, A computer or iPad (for cricut design space), weeding tools,
A W
· May 28, 2020