The recommended settings for Cricut EasyPress will continue to be updated as additional base materials are tested and other heat transfer products are released.
What are "Warm Peel" and "Cold Peel"?
"Peel" refers to removing the clear iron-on liner after applying iron-on material to your project surface. For the best experience with different iron-on types, refer to the peel instructions in the Heat Transfer Guide.
- 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 heat transfer materials with Cricut EasyPress. If using a household iron or other heat press, your settings may differ.