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Sublimation Transfer- $5.99
Sublimation is the #1 type of transfer. It has no hand (meaning you can’t feel it on the shirt) and produces bright vivid prints. Sublimation is meant for white/very light colored polyester garments or substrates coated with a special poly coating. This is the lowest cost transfer available. Print will last the lifetime of the item. The special inks turn into a gas and actually bond to the item so it stretches and conforms to the item. Cons of sublimation is that it is limited to polyester that is white or light colored only. Sublimation does not print white so any white details will press the color of the item it is pressed on. It is recommended to press on garments that are at least 65% poly. Sublimation also requires a high press temperature and can scorch blended fabrics (it is the cotton that scorches). A heat press is needed to get even temperature across the entire transfer. A home iron is not recommended. Approximate size is 8.5x11
Full Color Low Temp Toner Transfer- $10.99
FCLT transfers are the #2 type of transfer. It has a hand but is lighter than HTV. This type of transfer can go on light or dark items of all types. Blended fabrics work great because of the low application temperature. These transfers print in full color including white which make them perfect for dark tees. Some colors can cause issues such as red or dark blue because the dye migrates and mixes with the toner causing color issues. It is recommended to use tri blends or 100% pre shrunk cotton. There is a learning curve with these transfers. They are not recommended for people new to garment decorating. These transfers can be temperamental as far as they need a good heat press with even consistent temperature and pressure. A heat press is needed to get even temperature across the entire transfer. A home iron is not recommended. Some people find these easy to use and some people do not. I believe the difference is what quality heat press they have. Approximate size is 8.5x11
Sublimation+ Glitter HTV Transfer- $8.99
Adds a ton of sparkle. Can be used on any item HTV can be used on. Does require a good eye as you have to line up the HTV with the sub print. If you can layer HTV/vinyl you can do this. The HTV can be sublimated before or after it is put on the garment. I recommend YouTube to see this process. The hand is thick like all HTV. The white detail in the graphic comes from the HTV. Approximate size is 8.5x11
Low Temp Sub-Cotton Transfer- $7.99
Very similar to printed HTV but is thinner and has a softer hand. This transfer is for 100% pre shrunk white or very light colored cotton only. Because it is so thin, darker colored shirts show through the transfer causing the colors to be off. The carrier is not sticky, and you have to be careful not to rub the design off the backing sheet. Colors are still bright but not as vibrant as regular sublimation. White details in the design come from the unprinted portion of the transfer as sublimation does not print white. Approximate size is 8.5x11
For custom designs, make sure you send a high resolution PNG, PDF or SVG file. Email your design with your order number to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow an additional 3-5 business days for custom orders.
Discount for bulk orders (Mix and Match)-
- 10 Transfers 10% off (use code Bulk10 at checkout)
- 20 Transfers 20% off (use code Bulk20 at checkout)
- 30 Transfers 30% off (use code Bulk30 at checkout)