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Previously I have bought individual heat resistant craft sheets for more than the price of six sheets. I cut some in half to use on smaller surfaces. They are perfect for protecting surfaces when working on alcohol ink backgrounds. I also use them to protect my workspace from the heat of my Ranger heat tool when doing rubber stamp embossing. It also provides an easy way to return excess embossing powder to the container. Incidentally, I have no idea how to use them with my iron. Crafting beats domesticity any day.
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My mom purchased a Cricut cutting machine about 6 months ago and I've enjoyed it as much as she as. She is very crafty and orignally purchased it wanting to create vinyl decals but as she and I have gotten more used to it we have wanted to venture out more into other things. I had been wanting to make my own shirts and other decorations for purses and such for a while but wasn't sure where to start. We recently researched it and purchased BestEquip Heat Press 5 in 1 Multifunctional T Shirt Heat Press 12x15 Inch Heat Press Machine for T-shirt Hat Mug Plate Cap Digital Control so we could do iron on vinyl.

When using iron on vinyl you have to use something between the heat the heat source and the vinyl or the vinyl will melt onto the heat source. We orinally puchased some teflon sheets elsewhere but they didn't last very long at all so I purchased this, PTFE Teflon Sheet, 6-Pack Teflon Sheet for Heat Press Transfers, 16 x 20” Heat Resistant Craft Sheet, 100% Non Stick Protects Iron and Work Area (6-pack). It arrived with all 6 sheets rolled up and wrapped in bubble wrap and placed in a long plastic envelope like a poster would be.

When these arrived I was extremely impressed with the thickness of them. The other set we had purchased was extremely thin. These feel more like a fabric type of material where as the others felt like paper. These also have a much tighter weave. These are also nice and large at 16 inches by 20 inches they'll cover pretty much all of our products so we don't have to worry about making sure two or more pieces are lined up properly and not have to worry about multiple layers causing a difference in the heat dispersion either. They're reusable. They wipe right down if they get dirty. They can withstand up to 600 degrees of heat but that far excedes the temperature we are using it at which is 360 degrees.

These teflon sheets aren't just for heat transfer vinyl. They have other uses such as a barbecue grill mat, nonstick oven liners, iron clothes protector, paints and other crafting projects. They can also be used for sewing/applique, heat pressing, stamping, ironing and baking, metal clay, polymer clay, HTV, wax and a lot more.

These would be nice to line a craft table with or to create your own craft mat with or make a small craft mat to sit under a hot glue gun. We use a hot glue gun all the time it makes quite a mess. I could easily cut up a piece of cardboard and staple of piece of one of these sheets to make an easy to clean mat to set the glue gun on.

For easy storage we took a couple cardboard rolls from paper towels and taped them together to make a long tube and then taped a small piece of cardboard onto one end. When we're not using these teflon sheets we roll them back up together and put them in to the paper towel rolls.

We definately will be purchasing more of these teflon sheets and highly recommend them to anyone that needs teflon sheets.
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on March 20, 2018
Bought these back in October and just now getting around to trying them out. DO NOT like them, I would rather pay the extra money for the other craft mats even though they are smaller.
One of the ad pictures shows it with what I am guessing is beaded water. I don't know what they put on it before taking that picture but water doesn't bead up, it goes right through it!
I use gesso, medium gel, paints, ink etc in my art and always pour it onto a mat. Glad I went to clean it up right away as EVERYTHING went right through the mat and onto my worktop!
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I am using these Teflon sheets on my heat press and they are working extremely well. I took one out of the pack to use as a baking sheet, although I haven't used it yet. This set is a great value and while I don't believe I will need to buy these again for a long, long time, I will definitely order these again, if needed.
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on June 20, 2018
I tried out these sheets for a book binding project where I needed to shield pages from the gluing process and it worked beautifully, The glue did not seep through and the sheet pulled away from the dried glue with no sticking. I still need to test it for another project that will use a heat tool with miniature "iron" for melting plastic enough to flatten it. I don't expect any trouble based on what I've seen so far, but will update my review after my experiment.
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on August 15, 2017
Thrilled with these very inexpensive Teflon sheets. I've actually cut several of them up and sewn homemade pressing pillows for use with my heat press. They seem just as good as the more expensive ones I've gotten in the past.
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on April 21, 2018
I love these sheets for stamping, painting. And using glue. Makes clean up a breeze.
BEFORE you use it wash it with warm soap and water
As sometimes there are fibers on the sheet from manufacturing. The fibers are itchy. This revolves any problem. I bought 9 to use in card classes.
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on January 9, 2018
I wish I would have bought this when I first started using heat transfer vinyl. It makes iron ons so much easier whether you use an iron or a heat press. I would recommend this to anyone who is using HTV, makes projects faster and easier. Seriously, why had no one told me about this miracle!?!
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on February 22, 2018
So I’m DONE with foil and parchment papers for heating / cooking food in the stove! I had originally bought these for my heat press... that I have YET to use. So while heating up some pizza rolls for the teens... I head them snapping in there and came out CRISPY!! Saves money too... wash off... use again!!
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on March 20, 2018
This is teflon. It's about what you would expect. Slick, etc.

But the teflon is not strong. I tried sewing it onto something, and the stitches tore through the teflon easily.
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