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Howdy Go Lucky Sublimation and DTF Iron on Transfers

Howdy Go Lucky Sublimation and DTF Iron on Transfers

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St. Patrick's Day Sublimation and DTF Iron on Transfers

This clover themed iron on transfer is a great way to add full color designs to your garments without the hassle of weeding vinyl. Add a "Howdy Go Lucky" print to your next St. Patrick's Day creation! They are ready to press transfers and easy to use! 

Sublimation and DTF Iron on Transfers

DTF PRESSING INSTRUCTIONS

Instructions for 100% Cotton and Blends:

  • 310 degrees F
  • MEDIUM to FIRM PRESSURE
  • Press your garment for 10 seconds to remove wrinkles and moisture before laying down your transfer
  • Determine where you want to place it and lay the transfer down face up.
  • Press for 15 seconds
  • LET your design COOL completely, then peel the film off of your garment. 
  • Cover your garment with parchment paper and put back in the press for 5 additional seconds. 

Instructions for 100% Polyester or Spandex:

  • 260 degrees F
  • MEDIUM to FIRM PRESSURE
  • Press your garment for 10 seconds to remove wrinkles and moisture before laying down your transfer.
  • Determine where you want to place it and lay the transfer down face up.
  • Press for 10 seconds
  • LET your design COOL completely, then peel the film off of your garment. 
  • Cover your garment with parchment paper and put back in the press for 3 additional 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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