**Important Information…Please Read** There are white lines on the picture that will not be on the transfer. For use with a heat press; a household iron will not work. Sublimation works best with 100% white polyester. For t-shirts, most makers use tees made of at least 50% polyester which produces a vintage faded look. I like to use 65% polyester shirts and 90% polyester Bella + Canvas marble tees. White, cream and light grey shirts work best. The transfer will not show up on a dark shirt. Sublimation is an ink transfer, so it is like writing with an ink pen on a piece of paper. All ink colors look good on white, cream, and light gray but ink won’t show up at all on dark colors. The printer does not print white ink; any white shown in the design will be the color of the tee showing through. Unlike screenprinting, heat transfer vinyl and direct-to-garment printing, which are sitting on the surface of the product, sublimation ink is actually infused into the surface itself, and will not crack, peel or wash away. It has no “feel” to it…the transfer becomes part of the shirt. **General Pressing Instructions** Press at 385-400 degrees for 50-60 seconds with medium pressure. Use blowout paper (parchment or uncoated butcher paper) to protect your heat press platens from ink transferring onto them. Every press is different. Experimenting and practice is needed to see what works best for you. There are many sublimation facebook groups where you can get information and asks questions. YouTube is also a good resource. **Sublimation Transfer Policy** By purchasing you agree that the process for application of our transfers is your responsibility and we will not refund due to user error. There is a learning curve to this but once you figure out the time, temp, pressure, shirt poly count and color that works for you it will be a breeze.
Date First Available : June 16, 2019
ASIN : B08X7GXG5V