Christmas Sublimation transfer, Sublimation Transfer ,"Jingle My Balls" Printed Heat Transfer/Sublimation, Shirt transfer, Holiday Transfer
READY TO PRESS TRANSFERS: READY TO PRESS TRANSFERS ******HTV TRANSFERS******* - CAN BE PRESSED WITH IRON OR HEAT PRESS - CAN BE PRESSED ON ANY COLOR SHIRT - CAN BE PRESSED ON DIFFERENT TYPES OF MATERIALS ( cotton, poly, etc ) ******SUBLIMATION TRANSFERS** HAS TO BE PRESSED WITH A HEAT PRESS. CAN NOT USE A CRICUT EASY PRESS CAN NOT USE A HOME IRON - HAS TO BE PRESSED ON WHITE OR VERY LIGHT, POLYESTER MATERIAL - DOES NOT TURN OUT BRIGHT ON COTTON SHIRTS THIS IS ONLY THE TRANSFER TO BE PRESSED ON YOUR GARMENT. DOES NOT INCLUDE SHIRT OR ANY OTHER GARMENTS. IMPORTANT: SUBLIMATION TRANSFERS CAN NOT BE PRESSED WITH A CRICUT EASY PRESS. THEY NEED CONSISTENT PRESSURE. This listing is for a READY TO PRESS Heat Transfers ***OR***** Sublimation Transfers VINYL HEAT TRANSFER: Can be pressed with home iron or heat press machine. They can be pressed on light and dark materials. All you need to do is peel the back carrier sheet and press. Cotton 100% Pre-Shrunk Cotton Polyester Poly/Cotton Blends Lycra®/spandex Polypropylene Time: 15-20 seconds Temperature: 300°F/149°C Pressure: Medium Peel: Wait 5 Seconds, Peel Warm SUBLIMATION TRANSFERS: THESE NEED TO BE PRESSED WITH A HEAT PRESS, NOT AN IRON. Not a cricut easy press. THEY NEED TO BE PRESSED ON LIGHT , POLYESTER MATERIALS. The higher the poly count of the material (at least 50%), the better the shirt will turn out. Lay the transfer down on your pre pressed shirt. I put a sheet of regular copy paper in my shirt so it won't bleed through the back. I also cover the transfer with a sheet of butcher paper. You can use sublimation tape to keep your transfer in place so it does not move when you push press onto it. PRESS AT 402 DEGREES FOR 50 SECONDS. Peel warm The HTV transfers are printed on a high quality SISER matte heat transfer material. My SUBLIMATION TRANSFERS are printed with a high quality Sawgrass 800 sublimation printer. It prints the brightest, most consistent quality prints.I highly recommend watching a Youtube video on Sublimation if you have not done one before. The higher the polyester count the brighter the transfer will turn out. Gildan, Hanes, Next Level all have good high count polyester shirts or microfiber shirts.