It will but you may not get the results you’re hoping for. Check out our video here: https://makersgonnalearn.com/videos/using-cricut-infusible-ink-on-dark-colors-will-it-work/
You can use it on Cricut brand aluminum. You can check out our tutorial here: https://makersgonnalearn.com/videos/diy-recipe-box-with-cricut-using-infusible-ink-on-aluminum/
In general, no, but we do have a hack here to work around that if you really want to put it on a cotton item. https://makersgonnalearn.com/videos/how-to-apply-layered-infusible-ink-on-cotton-with-cricut/
We got some really good results with some off-brand thermal markers, Check out our comparison video here: https://makersgonnalearn.com/videos/cricut-infusible-ink-markers-vs-other-permanent-thermal-transfer-markers/
We don’t recommend it. We also don’t recommend using a Cricut EasyPress Mini. For best results, you need something large enough to cover your whole design at once. Learn more here: https://makersgonnalearn.com/cricut-infusible-ink-cricut-easypress-vs-household-iron/
We tested them on both laser printer paper and regular copy paper. We’re happy to report that they work beautifully with both! Learn more here: https://makersgonnalearn.com/videos/laser-printer-paper-vs-regular-printer-paper-with-cricut-infusible-ink-markers/
We advise using some heat-resistant tape around the edges of your design on items such as mugs and coasters to ensure that the ink is making full contact with the surface.
If it’s a nonporous item such as a mug, we like to clean them with some rubbing alcohol on a paper towel. Be sure to let it dry thoroughly before applying your ink to it. With fabric items, we like to use a lint roller on them to pick up any threads or other debris that might interfere with a smooth ink transfer.
No. You can damage the ink with traditional weeding tools. Instead, we advise that you use your fingers as much as possible.
Often this is because you handled the ink too much. We advise touching it as little as you can. When you do touch it, you might want to wear some cotton gloves, especially if you are prone to clammy hands. We also advise using a brayer to adhere the Infusible Ink sheets to your cutting mat to limit how much you have to touch it.