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Ochre HTV 12" x 15"

Ochre HTV 12" x 15"


 
List Price: $4.95
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Product Code: 742
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Description
 

This heat transfer vinyl is a commercial, professional quality vinyl that has a beautiful screen-print like finish which is soft to the touch. Most colors can be layered for an even more colorful visual experience*. The pressure-sensitive carrier makes for an easy weeding experience. When applied correctly, ThermoflexPlus will outlast the life of the garment.

Acceptable Fabrics: Cotton, Uncoated Polyester, Cotton/Polyester Blends, Polyester/Acrylic Blends, Linen, Wool, Excluding Nylon
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Thickness: Matte, Metallic, and Glossy: 4 mils/100 microns / Metal Flakes: 5 mils/125 microns


*Special Precautions: *Columbia Blue, Metallics, Metal Flakes, and Neon colors cannot be layered beneath anything.


Color Variation: During the manufacturing process, sometimes there may be a slight color variation between rolls. This is especially true for neon colors.

Note: Test on dazzle cloth and other moisture-wicking polyesters. Moisture-wicking materials have better adhesion when washed and dried using no fabric softener or blotted with rubbing alcohol before pressing. Be advised that dye migration has occurred with low energy dyes in polyester and poly-blend fabrics.


General application instructions:

Pre‐heat the heat press to the recommended temperature, cut design in reverse (mirror) and pre‐press the garment for 3‐4 seconds to remove moisture and wrinkles. Please note, due to the wide variety of fabric materials available, it is highly recommended that all materials be tested prior to going into production or layering.

For the best performance of our products, cover the pressed design with a non‐stick cover sheet (Teflon sheet) and re‐press for 2‐3 seconds. You can purchase a Teflon sheet under the Supplies section of this website here.


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