Have you already checked the label on your shirt? There you will be told how you should iron it concerning the type of fabric in which it is made. For example, 100% cotton T-shirts made of this fabric withstand a lot of heat and do not suffer any damage. You can set the maximum temperature, and there will be no problems.
Instead, there are T-shirts that mix fabrics such as cotton with other more synthetic ones. Depending on the percentage of materials, you can apply more or less heat. Synthetic fabrics do not react well to high temperatures, so it is always recommended to start from less to more unless you want to make your own shirt.
How to Iron A Shirt Correctly
Start with the centre part: The first thing you should do is focus on the centre of the shirt. When positioning it on the ironing board, look for it to be very well stretched so that the ironing is the most suitable. Once the front of your shirt is entirely smooth, you can continue.
Iron the sleeves: The next step to follow is to iron the jackets. These must be very well positioned. Take care at all times that the line of the external doubles is very straight. This will give it an exquisite style, and it will be more verbose.
Continue with the neck: The neck ironing must also be very meticulous, and for it to be perfect you must start positioning it correctly, if in case it is a polo or apron, it must be completely symmetrical. Once it is aligned, iron it only with the tip of your iron little by little.
Turn the shirt over and repeat: Is your shirt perfectly ironed on the front already? It is time to turn it around to happen from the first step and have a completely smooth shirt.