When Your Dead Inside
When Your Dead Inside
Ready to print transfers. You may choose either sublimation or White toner prints for your liking.
Sublimation prints can be pressed at 385- 400 degrees on a heat press! ( WE ONLY RECOMMEND A HEAT PRESS ONLY)
THERE IS NO CANCELLATION , REFUND , EXCHANGE ON THIS ITEM.
WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR USER ERROR.
WE SUGGEST 100% WHITE POLYESTER T-SHIRTS WHEN USING TRANSFERS. BLACK WILL NOT WORK WITH SUBLIMATION.
We use Epson Printers and ink , Crafting Besties sublimation Paper for our sublimation transfers.
** Plz Note Some White Toneser Images May Have Vertical Lines in them for breathability on the fabric
Cover the transfer sheet and garment with parchment paper or a teflon sheet and press the garment using a heat press at 310°F /154°C for 30 seconds with medium-high pressure for cotton textiles.
If you are pressing onto 100% poly, press at 265°F/129°C.
If you are pressing onto 50/50 cotton/poly, press at 285°F/140°C.
Note: You can perform this step ONLY as low as 250°F/121°C if necessary to avoid dye mitigation on polyester fabrics, avoid damaging delicate textiles and to retain vibrancy.
TIP: Pressing at a lower temperature in all cases will result in a more vivid final product.
Once the garment is completely cooled, carefully peel away the transfer sheet in one smooth, continuous rolling motion.
Removal while still warm could lead to an incomplete or faulty transfer.
It is suggested that you start your pull from an area that has the most toner coverage. The image will adhere to the garment. Please perform this step within 60 minutes or less.
Re-Pressing (AKA post press or fixing press) the image into the garment is important for washing durability.
Place the textile back on the heat press.
Cover with kraft fixing paper on top of the image for a matte finish.
Re-press the image for roughly 20 seconds at 310°F/154°C or at the temperature it was originally pressed.
Note: Re-pressing at a lower temperature (as low as 265°F/129°C) can help retain some vibrancy. A hotter post press may dull out the pressed image
Wait 10 seconds before removing the fixing or kraft paper to avoid any part of the transfer from sticking to the kraft sheet.
PulL slowly in one smooth, continuous motion. It is important to wait before pulling the paper off, otherwise it could pull the design off the garment!
While the garment is still on the press and still hot; lightly stretch the material to allow the toner to soak into the fabric to prevent cracking.
MACHINE COLD WASH GENTLE CYCLE, WASH INSIDE OUT , NO DRYER, NO IRON , NO BLEACH , NO FABRIC SOFTENER, NO DRY CLEANING.
Our White Toner printer we use is the Icolor600 and color transfer, and ink.