I was all set to make a little skeleton softie with one of my student's drawings. I had read an interesting tutorial using CitraSolv cleaner and wanted to give it a try. Went to two Whole Foods to find it and set up my work space.
Look at these professional tutorial worthy pictures.
Just spray on the CitraSolv and rub the paper with the back of a spoon.
Peel back the paper and look at the transfer! Doh!
So, I researched other CitraSolv like products and read that Goo Gone was very similar! I have some of that! I start over with a new photocopy and new bit of fabric. Tape the whole thing and rub on the Goo Gone.
Feeling like a mad scientist I tried WD40 too. What the heck!
Not so jolly now!
OK, so further research shows I should have bought the CitraSolv concentrate not the ready to use spray. I did not see that at either of the two Whole Foods I went to. So, I think I am going to abandon the environmental cleaner as transfer medium and go to Michaels and buy Omni Gel.
Hopefully more on this to come.