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How do I get an iron print out of knit pants from using too hot of an iron?

By virginia may from Hot Springs, VA

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April 18, 20110 found this helpful

I am so sorry but you can't :-( Is the burn mark on a portion where you might be able to dress it up with a cute patch or some embroidery? Or lower on the leg where you can turn the slacks in to a pair of shorts or a pair of capris?

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April 19, 20110 found this helpful

You will have burned and melted the fibers. This is not something that you can fix, except to cover it up. You could check in the archives here on Thriftyfun, as some maintain they can get a scorch mark out if it isn't very bad.

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I wouldn't get my hopes up, unfortunately.

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