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sublimation heat press transfer.
Sublimation transfers require a material that is at least 50% polyester. The higher the count the brighter the image will be. * Please keep in mind this is a mockup
How To Apply
- Temp: 400 degrees
- Pre-press your garment for 15 seconds
- Press for 60 seconds
- Cover with parchment paper
** A HEAT GUN WILL TELL YOU IF YOUR PRESS IS ACCURATE **
PRESSURE TEST: https://www.silhouetteschoolblog.com/2018/02/heat-press-pressure-test-paper-or.html
Every Heat Press is different, temps and pressure are not always accurate or even so adjusting for your individual press is necessary, we highly recommend a heat gun. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY PRESSING ISSUES DUE TO INACCURATE TEMPERATURE OR PRESSURE.
Please do your research and understand how the process of sublimation works. It requires a polyester material and light colored material. Depending on your shirt material you may need to adjust your heat, some fabrics scorch easier than others.
- 385-400 degrees;
- Pre press for 7 seconds;
- Press for 45-60 seconds.
- Cover with parchment paper, thread shirt or place parchment paper inside shirt to prevent dye migration.