Step 3: Cut the White Plastic Film
Cut a White Film Blank from a white kitchen garbage bag.
The White Film Blank should approximatly 10 inches by 7 inches.
The blank is purposely cut smaller than a standard 8.5 x 11 inch letter sized printer paper.
This is to avoid the plastic potentially overhanging the paper, and coming in direct contact with the hot iron.
Note: When cutting through the garbage bag, there will be to two sheets stacked together, be sure to seperate the two ply blank.
Only a single thickness of the white plastic film is required.