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Baking Spirits Bright Sublimation and DTF Iron on Transfers

Baking Spirits Bright Sublimation and DTF Iron on Transfers
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Gingerbread People and House Iron On Heat Transfer

Our Baking Spirits Bright Sublimation and DTF Iron On Transfers are a perfect way to get into the holiday spirit. The specialized DTF and sublimation transfers come printed with a festive gingerbread house, making them ideal for holiday crafting. Get creative with Iron On Heat Transfers and make a unique present for someone special. They are ready to press transfers and easy to use! 

How to Apply Your DTF Transfers      

 **please read all instructions carefully before starting**

For 100% Cotton and Blends

  • 300 degrees Fahrenheit and firm pressure
  • Place blank garment on the heat press
  • Press once for 15 seconds to remove any moisture that may be in the fabric
  • Place the transfer on the garment in the desired position, cover with parchment paper or the protective sheet that came with your heat press and press for 15 seconds. (the image should look correct to you and not mirrored/backwards)
  • When slightly cooled, start at one corner and peel the film SLOWLY. If you notice the design not sticking, press for 5 more seconds and try again until the transfer releases and sticks to the garment. Fabric content can vary from item to item. What may or may not be on the fabric at the time of pressing (laundry residue, residue from the manufacturer, etc) can affect how it adheres so please apply slowly and it may take several short presses after the initial one for it to work.
  • Once the design is completely adhered, cover with parchment paper and press for 3 more seconds.

 

For 100% Polyester or Spandex

  • 260 degrees Fahrenheit and firm pressure
  • Place blank garment on the heat press
  • Press once for 10 seconds to remove any moisture that may be in the fabric
  • Place the transfer on the garment in the desired position, cover with parchment paper or the protective sheet that came with your heat press and press for 15 seconds. (the image should look correct to you and not mirrored/backwards)
  • When slightly cooled, start at one corner and peel the film SLOWLY. If you notice the design not sticking, press for 5 more seconds and try again until the transfer releases and sticks to the garment. Fabric content can vary from item to item. What may or may not be on the fabric at the time of pressing (laundry residue, residue from the manufacturer, etc) can affect how it adheres so please apply slowly and it may take several short presses after the initial one for it to work.
  • Once the design is completely adhered, cover with parchment paper and press for 3 more seconds.

      SUBLIMATION PRESSING INSTRUCTIONS

      Sublimation transfers are a great way to add full color designs to your garments without the hassle of weeding vinyl. They are ready to press and need to be applied to LIGHT COLOR fabrics that have a polyester count of 60% or higher. (THEY CANNOT BE APPLIED TO 100% COTTON). The higher the polyester count, the more vibrant your transfer will appear when applied. A sublimation transfer that is applied to a 60% polycount base will look more vintage like and will not be as vibrant.

      *Please note that sublimation transfers do not print with white ink. So whatever garment base color you use the transfer on, it will show the color of your garment. Example: If you have a "white" ghost on your sublimation transfer and you transfer it to a light gray shirt the ghost will look light gray and not white. 

      • 400 degrees 
      • Medium PRESSURE
      • Press your garment 10 seconds to remove wrinkles and moisture before laying down your transfer
      • Place your transfer face down onto your garment. Cover with parchment paper. 
      • Press for 45 seconds
      • Peel Paper off of your garment  

      We highly recommend using a heat press. If you are new to transfers, we recommend testing a small piece before applying to entire garment. Heat presses may vary in temps and pressure needed to apply transfer. Pip Supply is not responsible for misapplied transfers or damaged garments.


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