PRESSING INSTRUCTIONS

PRESSING INSTRUCTIONS

Recommended Heat Press Machines

  • Hix N880, HT400, HT600,S650, SM20
  • Hotronix, Fusion, Maxx
  • Geo Knight, Auto, Clam, Swing. *Must be able to provide 50 PSI
  • Insta Heat Machines

HIGH HEAT TRANSFERS-COMMERCIAL HEAT PRESS REQUIRED

Recommended for

  • 100% Cotton
  • 80% Cotton / 20% Poly
  • 50% Cotton / 50% Poly

Application Instructions:

HIGH HEAT FULL COLOR

COMMERCIAL HEAT PRESS REQUIRED

  1. Preheat Garment if necessary to remove excess moisture
  2. Temperature: 350°F / 177°C
  3. Time: 7 - 10 seconds
  4. Pressure: 50- 60 PSI
  5. Hot Peel SLOWLY IF the ink is not releasing from the paper, rotate garment and press again.
  6. Do not use a teflon sheet or teflon bonnet between heat platen and transfer paper.

If you own a heat press which is Not one of our recommended brands, please follow the steps below.

  1. Increase your temperature +20°
  2. Preheat your garment for 7 - 10 seconds
  3. Use the Maximum pressure your machine will allow
  4. **We do not recommend “Bargain type” heat machines or hand held heat machines found on Amazon (typically cost less than $1200)
  5. Cricut Easy Press or Home Iron will not work with our heat transfers.

Washing Instructions:

Allow 24 - 48 hours to allow the garment to completely cure before machine wash. Wash inside out in cold water. Tumble dry low heat.

HIGH HEAT SINGLE COLOR TRANSFERS-COMMERCIAL HEAT PRESS REQUIRED

Recommended for

  • 100% Cotton
  • 80% Cotton / 20% Poly
  • 50% Cotton / 50% Poly

Application Instructions:

  1. Preheat Garment if necessary to remove excess moisture
  2. Temperature: 375°F / 183°C
  3. Time: 7 - 10 seconds
  4. Pressure: 50- 60 PSI (Should be hard to close)
  5. Hot Peel SLOWLY IF the ink is not releasing from the paper, rotate garment and press again.
  6. Do not use a teflon sheet or teflon bonnet between heat platen and transfer paper.

If you own a heat press which is Not one of our recommended brands, please follow the steps below.

  1. Increase your temperature +20°
  2. Preheat your garment for 7 - 10 seconds
  3. Use the Maximum pressure your machine will allow
  4. **We do not recommend “Bargain type” heat machines or hand held heat machines found on Amazon (typically cost less than $1200)
  5. Cricut Easy Press or Home Iron will not work with our heat transfers.

Washing Instructions:

Allow 24 - 48 hours to allow the garment to completely cure before machine wash. Wash inside out in cold water. Tumble dry low heat.

You can check your pressure by placing a $1 bill on each corner of your press and close it. Tighten your pressure until you cannot pull the $1 bills out while your press is closed.

LOW HEAT TRANSFERS

Recommended for

  • 100% Polyester
  • 50/50 Cotton Poly blends
  • 65/35 Cotton Poly blends
  • 100% Cotton

Application Instructions:

  1. Preheat Garment if necessary to remove excess moisture
  2. Temperature: 325°F / 163°C
  3. Time: 7 - 10 seconds
  4. Pressure: 50- 60 PSI - #7 or Heavy pressure on a manual press
  5. Do not use a teflon sheet or teflon bonnet between heat platen and transfer paper.

If you own a heat press which is Not one of our recommended brands, please follow the steps below.

  1. Increase your temperature +10° to +20°
  2. Preheat your garment for 7 - 10 seconds
  3. Use the Maximum pressure your machine will allow
  4. Hot Peel SLOWLY IF the ink is not releasing from the paper, rotate garment and press again.
  5. **We do not recommend “Bargain type” heat machines or hand held heat machines found on Amazon (typically cost less than $1200)
  6. Cricut Easy Press or home Iron will not work with our heat transfers.

Washing Instructions:

Allow 24 - 48 hours to allow the garment to completely cure before machine wash. Wash inside out in cold water. Tumble dry low heat.

**If you are using a budget heat press, please check your platens with a heat gun (Touchless, Digital infrared Thermometer) to ensure your press is the correct temperature and that it has even heat across the platen. Soft Formula screens require even, heavy pressure. It should be hard to close your press.

You can check your pressure by placing a $1 bill on each corner of your press and close it. Tighten your pressure until you cannot pull the $1 bills out while your press is closed.

If the ink is not releasing from the paper, rotate the garment and press again.

Disclaimer

We can not guarantee any heat transfers wash-ability due to the fact there is no way to prove our product was applied and washed properly according to our recommended guidelines. Our products are tested prior to leaving our warehouse.