5 Pack of A4 Iron on T-Shirt TRANSFER PAPER for LIGHT fabrics For Inkjet Printer

March 23, 2017 - Comment

One five-pack of Phoenix T-Shirt Transfer Paper (A4 Size) For LIGHT Colour Fabrics See our impressive 160,000+ feedback and buy with confidence. Design your T-Shirt logo – print on just about any inkjet printer (NOT LASER!!!) and iron on. Great fun for Hen or Stag Parties, Birthday Parties – surprise parties etc. Full concise instructions

One five-pack of Phoenix T-Shirt Transfer Paper (A4 Size) For LIGHT Colour Fabrics See our impressive 160,000+ feedback and buy with confidence. Design your T-Shirt logo – print on just about any inkjet printer (NOT LASER!!!) and iron on. Great fun for Hen or Stag Parties, Birthday Parties – surprise parties etc. Full concise instructions supplied in every pack. The “Release Paper” referred to is the waxy backing paper on reverse of every transfer, with check pattern. PLEASE FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS WITH CARE – THE PRINT/APPLICATION PROCESS FOR LIGHT FABRICS AND DARK FABRICS IS COMPLETELY DIFFERENT. Among the cheapest on Ebay from a trusted and highly respected UK seller. FREE ECONOMY UK DELIVERY! SAME DAY DISPATCH from our locally held stocks when you order by 2pm Monday to Friday. Orders placed after 2pm weekdays, on weekends or bank holidays will be dispatched the next working day. Price of goods includes VAT and a receipt showing our Vat number will be sent. Normal 0 false false false EN-GB X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 PLEASE READ BEFORE USING!!! Transferring Process for LIGHT fabrics Iron on a flat, hard, heat-resistant surface. DO NOT USE AN IRONING BOARD! Preheat your iron for 5 to 8 minutes on the highest possible setting. DO NOT USE STEAM SETTING! Test your iron! Some irons get hotter than others. These instructions are for an average iron. If the backside of your transfer paper starts getting dark yellow or brown while ironing you should, A) move the iron faster across the transfer B) reduce the temperature on your iron or C) reduce the total ironing time. Cut out non-printed area leaving ¼ to ½ inch (6-12mm) margin to the border. Place the transfer paper image side down onto your receiver material. Make sure the garment is completely flat and wrinkle free, Iron first in necessary to ensure this is flat. Start ironing with straight, non-stop motions from top to bottom and side to side by using even, high body pressure. Use the centre of the iron to reach all areas especially all corners and edges. Make certain the whole image has been ironed. The complete transfer time depends on the size of your image. As a guideline iron a full A4 page for 180 secs, ½ page for 90 secs, ¼ page 30 secs. Irons with steam holes on the surface need a longer transfer time. Remove the release Sheet – Complete the Transfer Let the transfer paper cool completely Gently fold the fabric near an edge of the transferred image then smoothly and evenly peel away the release sheet. To achieve a sufficient adhesion, it is necessary to re-iron the transfer print by using release paper. Place the release paper onto the transfer print and iron for 60 sec for full page, 30 sec for ½ sheet or 15 sec for ¼ sheet. Make sure to overlap on all parts of the transfer, especially on all corners and edges. Never iron an unprotected transfer print. Before removing release paper let it cool down completely. Your transfer is now complete

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