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Saral Wax Free Transfer Paper - Graphite

Saral Wax Free Transfer Paper - Graphite
US$ 17.95 / each
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12' x 12'' Roll

Use Saral Wax Free Transfer Paper to transfer your design from a pattern, sketch, template or free-hand onto any surface - paper, wood, fabric, canvas, metal, glass, tile, ceramic, etc. Saral leaves no wax residue, so the transfer line can be erased like pencil with any eraser. It can be washed off ceramic, tile, glass, and metal. Saral can be washed out of fabric and a hot iron will NOT set the transfer lines. The transfer line can be painted or inked over with not skipping or bleeding. Each sheet of Saral can be used over and over! Saral Wax Free Transfer Paper in Graphite. Sold in a 12 foot x 12 inch roll. Includes directions and ideas for use.
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