The list of recommended settings for Cricut EasyPress will continue to be updated as additional base materials are tested and other iron-on products are released.
What are "Warm Peel" and "Cold Peel"?
"Peel" refers to removing the clear iron-on liner after applying the iron-on material to your project surface. For the best experience with different iron-on types, we provide a recommendation in the charts below for when to peel away the liner.
- Cold Peel: Allow to cool completely before removing liner. Removing liner while still warm or hot may cause your iron-on design to stretch or warp.
- Warm Peel: Remove liner while your design is warm to the touch, but not hot. If you allow it to cool completely, you can still remove the liner, it will just take a little more effort.
Note: These settings are recommended for using iron-on materials with Cricut EasyPress. If using a household iron or other heat press, your settings may differ. Refer to iron-on instructions and iron or heat press manufacturers for recommended settings when using a household iron or other heat press.