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Our Proprietary Technology - woman with bike
  • Set the temperature of your heat press to 400 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Adjust the pressure to low. Excessive pressure will only serve to “imprint” the garment with a platen mark. The ideal pressure setting will be one whereby the garment is secure when pressure is applied by the platen, yet not compress the fiber of the garment.
  • We recommend placing a Teflon-covered foam pillow on the base of your heat press. If you don’t have one, you can still achieve good results if you are careful to monitor your pressure setting. The pillow tends to reduce the stress inflicted on the garment through compression by the platen.
  • Position your garment on the pillow. If your garment has tagless labels, be careful to keep the labels from direct contact with the platen as delamination may occur.
  • Place your transfer paper over the garment and secure with a good heat resistant tape. ***Hint*** Prior to taping, carefully trim off as much of the white border around your image as possible with a pair of scissors. Trim to the edge of your image and you will find it virtually eliminates the visual appearance of the paper mark on the garment that is sometimes caused by using a little too much pressure.
  • Place a Teflon top-sheet over the garment and paper. Use a sufficient size top-sheet to completely cover the platen contact area.
  • You are now ready to make the transfer. If you have followed our instructions and are using the Teflon top-sheet, set your print time for 35 seconds. The goal is to exhaust the optimum amount of inks from the paper onto the fiber of the garment. If you are not using a top-sheet, the dwell time can be reduced based upon your preproduction trials but under no circumstances less than 20 seconds.

NEW CUSTOMERS: If you are looking to order a one-time Test Kit, please contact us for more information.