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Suitable for transferring black and white or colored images onto any white or light colored fabrics These transfer papers allow you to print your own designs onto fabrics and textiles You can use them with most of fabrics and surfaces that can be safely hand ironed Sharp prints with no bleeding or feathering Instant drying and compatible with all Inkjet printers Size: A4 ( app 29.5cm X 21cm) Quantity: 5pcs Operating Instructions: First: Printing 1.Printer Setup. Recommend to select Photo Quality Inkjet Paper mode for satisfactory printing results. 2.Print the wishful image onto the transfer paper. Then leave it to dry for about 10 minutes 3.Cut out the image, leaving a narrow margin of 5mm around the pattern edges Second: Transferring 1.Preheat the heat press machine and set the recommended transfer temperature to 165 C 2. Peel off the base paper from the printed coating, and the coating would remain as a film-like material 3.Place the image coating on the textile, printed (image) side facing up 4.Put the isolation paper on the image, the gloss side facing down 5. Transfer for 15-30 seconds, then remove the textile from machine, peel the isolation paper after cooled. Third: Washing1.It’s best not to wash the textile in 24 hours after transferring 2. Washing the textile in cold or 30-40 C water. Do not wash with strongly alkaline detergents, and not bleach. Avoid rubbing the transferred pattern when hand washing. 1. Fade resistant after multiple washing 2. More soft and durable 3. Cold peeling for gloss finish 4. Hot peeling for matte finish. Feature much easier to use with much higher colour resolution (dpi) and brilliant than ever. much more easily peeled off the liner of the paper, no upset hot or cold peeling . you can have matte finishes with hot peeling off, or gloss finishes with cold peeling off. Transferred image can be washed over and over again without fading.
Cold peeling for gloss finish, Hot peeling for matt finish
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