*Cut image. Apply 2 coats of Tranx Maxx
to front of image, let dry between coats. This seals the
image and makes it ready for transferring.
*Apply one coat of
Tranx Maxx to front of image and surface. (Before
doing this step you can dip your paper image in water and blot dry
to make it more bendable around corners and uneven surfaces.)
*Immediately, while surface and image is still wet
with Tranx Maxx, put image
side down on to your surface. Press gently with your
fingers removing any wrinkles or bubbles, or burnish with a
old credit card. Clean excess
from around image with a damp sponge. Let dry.
Most surfaces dry within 1 hour.
Wet, do not soak, back of image with water. Let sit
for 10 minutes. Wet again. When you can see the image through the
paper, it is ready to remove.
paper from back of image (tissue decoupage paper) or rub
gently with damp kitchen sponge or fingers (regular paper). Blot excess water. Let Dry. To make
image more durable, paint with one more coat of Tranx
Max, this will waterproof the image, and dull it a bit. Let
Tranx Maxx fully cures in three days. When fully cured, you
can stain, glaze and add a gloss varnish to make your
and Tricks with Tranx Maxx
*Paint three coats of Tranx Maxx on front of image, let dry between coats, wet back of
image and remove paper. You now have your image in a
translucent medium. You can then apply it using Tranx
Maxx as a glue.
*On under glass projects use a damp kitchen sponge
and exacto knife to clean up dried Tranx Maxx.
*If working with a light weight paper, like Original Tissue
Decoupage Papers, paper may curl with first coat
application, as Tranx Maxx dries it will level out.
*Tranx Maxx works great with Original Tissue Decoupage
Paper, but will work on all copy and LaserJet images.
*Tranx Maxx works best on heavier fabrics. You can use
it on heavy t-shirts. Hand wash your garments.
fully cures in 3 days.
*Tranx Maxx when applied over metal
allows the metallic shine to come through, giving your items
a vintage look.