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How to Heat Set Fabric Paint

by Rimlee Bhuyan
Fabric painting is an interesting way to jazz up any plain garment. But to keep the fabric paint from running out after a wash, you need to heat set it. In this article, we will discuss all about heat setting and how to heat set fabric paint.
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