THIS IS FOR A SUBLIMATION TRANSFER WHICH WILL BE MAILED TO YOU. THIS IS NOT A DIGITAL FILE.
The sizes given are showing the WIDTH, I will not have an image awkwardly stretched out.
So for example if the width is 5 inches then however the image naturally lays for the length is how it will fall.
THE SIZES OFFERED ARE IN INCHES!
THE LETTER SIZE OPTION MEANS THAT THE IMAGE IS SIZED THE LARGEST IT CAN BE ON A LETTER SIZE PIECE OF PAPER (8.5 inches x 11 Inches)
Each order will come with directions they are also posted on the site. It is your responsibility as the buyer to know your machine and have the proper materials. Also please note, due to the settings of each individual’s monitor the colors sometimes vary in the printed version. With this being said, the colors might look slightly different between the listing and the physical item. Once these are purchased I am not responsible for user error etc. these are non-refundable. Purchasing this item means you agree to the terms and conditions.
MADE TO ORDER
These are made to order so go along with the normal processing of the website which pops up during checkout. If I don’t have a huge amount of orders it will be quicker!
Please remember, Business days does NOT include weekends or holidays.
Please also note, while I wish I could I can not control shipping delays. I am not responsible for any shipping delays caused by (FEDEX, USPS, UPS). There needs to be no movement for 30 business days. During highly congested times (holidays) non-movement days might be longer.
By Purchasing this item means you agree to the terms and conditions.
What Shirts Work:•Transfers are to be applied onto shirts with a HIGH polyester count.•100% WHITE POLYESTER is preferable for the most vibrant colors.•65% polyester the item will give you a faded, vintage look as the item is washed. •Nothing less than 65% polyester is recommended. •Shirts light in color will work, but white is best! •If you use a colored shirt (other than white) where there is white on the transfer, it will then become the color of the shirt.•Using shirts other than white will alter the over all colors.••••BLACK SHIRTS WILL NOT WORK NO MATTER WHAT!••••
*THIS VARIES MACHINE TO MACHINE*
•385-400 degrees for 40-55 seconds using Medium Pressure•Pre-Press shirt first for 5 seconds•Put butcher paper inside of the shirt to prevent bleeding through to the back.•Put transfer face down on shirt•Cover with butcher paper•Press and remove both the butcher paper and transfer immediately.
•A Household iron is NOT going to work for these applications you will need a COMMERCIAL HEAT PRESS
•I HAVE seem videos of the Cricut Easy Press working. I do not have direct experience using one since I have a heat press. From what I have read/seen you need to regulate your own pressure, and there is a bit of a learning curve. While I do not recommend this option in any way, shape or form - it does work. I still endorse the Heat press for the best outcome.
•PLEASE NOTE: All Heat Presses vary so what works perfectly for one heat press might not work for another.
Washing your sublimated items the following way will best preserve the print:
•Machine Wash Cold
•Turn shirt inside out
•NO DRYER - hang dry
•NO FABRIC SOFTENER
•DO NOT DRY CLEAN
WHAT SHIRTS I USE FOR SUBLIMATION TRANSFERS
Since Sublimation dyes the shirt fabric it is important that you use a high polyester count shirt -- 65% or higher! Remember, since it dyes it has to be light in color as well.
Here is a link: https://www.jiffyshirts.com/bellacanvas-3005.html?ac=White+Marble PLEASE make sure it is on the White Marble selection before purchasing!
CAN I USE THE SUBLIMATION TRANSFERS ON DARK COLORED/BLACK SHIRTS?
The short and simple answer to that is no! Sublimation “dyes” the fabric and with that being said if can’t dye black fabric. If you’re looking to press on black (or any other dark colors) it’s best you look into HTV or screen print transfers. Sublimation works best on white/light colored fabrics
CAN I USE SUBLIMATION ON COTTON SHIRTS?
No! Sublimation “dyes” the fabric and with that being said it can’t “stick” to the cotton fabric. Which is why Sublimation works best on a 65% (or more) polyester count fabrics (or other materials coated specifically for sublimation). You do have a few options for this if you do want to work with cotton shirts. There are a few sprays you can use (I don’t endorse any brands simply because I’ve never used them before) - many people have great success with these sprays! It basically coats the cotton shirts with the polyester additive it needs to make the ink “stick”