any project, make the lightest transfer line you
can see so it will be easy to erase or remove if
you decide to change the transfer line.
help avoid smudging, wipe a new, unused sheet of
Saral Transfer Paper lightly with a tissue to remove
any excess coating or dust.
using Saral Transfer Paper, avoid smudging with
the palm of your hand by placing the transfer paper
on your surface and securing it with tape or with
your fingertips (not the palm of your hand).
remove smudging, try a large eraser and lightly
rub over the smudge. This will work most of the
time. You can also remove a smudge with the rubbing
alcohol found in your medicine cabinet (isopropyl)
and a cotton swab. Be sure to test the alcohol
on your project in a small, less important, section
or corner first to make sure the alcohol won't ruin
your surface or painted surface.
water color paper, make the lightest, thinnest transfer
line possible that you can see. It will erase if
you have not painted over it. However, be sure to
erase very lightly and only on the transfer line
to avoid breaking the small fibers in water color
water color paper, be sure to use the lightest,
thinnest transfer line so it won't show too much
through water color paint transparent washes.
Transfer Paper transfer lines will wash out of fabrics.
However, it will brush off of some fabrics (e.g.,
t-shirt cotton, depending on color)...try rubbing
lightly with your hand.