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Please go to the following links to download instruction manual for our heat transfer materials:
Instruction of heat-applying iron-on transfers and vinyl custom letter number on fabric with heat press machine ( Download Instruction)
Instruction of heat-applying iron-on transfers and vinyl custom letter number on fabric with household iron. (Download Instruction)
Instruction of heat-applying iron-on patches and twill custom letter number on fabric with heat press machine (Download Instruction)
Instruction of heat-applying iron-on patches and twill custom letter number on fabric with home iron ( Download Instruction)
Instruction of inkjet heat transfer paper for light color fabric (Click Here)
Instruction of inkjet heat transfer paper for dark color fabric (Click Here)
How to apply iron on embroidered patches at home?(Click Here)
How to apply iron on transfers and embroidered patches? (Click Here)
2. Knowledge of Heat Transfer Paper:
T-shirt transferring originates with a picture being printed in reverse (or mirrored) onto heat transfer paper. The picture is printed onto the transfer paper with normal inks. The transfer is then heat applied to t-shirts, mouse pads, and other fabric surfaces, by using a heat press or a hand iron. The heat press works better by allowing more heat and pressure to assist the transferring process; however, hand irons may be used to custom your t-shirts at home. The process of transferring an image from the paper to the garment typically takes 15-20 seconds with a heat press (2-4 minutes when using a hand iron) and does not require a drying or curing process once applied.
3. What kind of Paper to Use:
There are many different types of heat transfer paper available in the market. As the result, you would be confused or lost when trying to decide which one is the best for you. The three main ways to determine this is by the type of printer you are using, whether you are printing on light or dark fabrics and, finally, the size of the image. The best way to start is based on your printers.
4. Color Laser or Inkjet Heat Transfer Paper?
All desktop inkjet printers are compatible with our inkjet heat transfer paper. If you have tons of jobs to do, laser printers are great choice for you to improve your efficiency. HP and Brother Printers tend to run too hot and have more problems with transfer papers than other laser printers. Our laser heat transfer paper works well on OKI Data laser printers.
5. How to define iron on transfers, decals stickers size?
The following logos’ sizes are defined as 4 inches.