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Q Connect T Shirt Transfer Paper Pack of 10 KF01430

Q Connect T Shirt Transfer Paper Pack of 10 KF01430

RRP: €28.01
€18.47 ex vat
€22.72 inc vat
Epson Cool Peel Iron-On Transfer Paper Pack of 10

Epson Cool Peel Iron-On Transfer Paper Pack of 10

RRP: €32.52
€25.12 ex vat
€30.90 inc vat
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• Iron transfers are a great way of creating personalised and unique pieces of clothing as the paper allows applying any desired print or image on its surface. You can use iron transfers for making customized clothes for you and your family or you can use it for professional purposes and for example make t shirts with your company’s logo or advertisements. 

• How do iron transfers work? Iron transfer paper surface is covered with a layer of heat activated adhesive that allows creating a strong bond between the fabric and the transferred print. Most of iron transfers available on the market are designed to be used with inkjet printers which allow printing a great range of colours which comes handy when you want to put images or colour rich graphics onto the fabric. 

• To get the best results when using iron transfers it is important to use it on clothes which consist at least 70% cotton but ideally it is advised to use them on clothing pieces that are made in 100% of cotton. Some iron on transfers are especially designed either for light or dark colours and it is worth to use right type of iron transfer to be satisfied with the final outcome. 

• How to use iron transfers? It is a few steps, yet very straight forward process that can be conducted by any person. If you already got the iron transfer paper you need to choose the print that you want to apply on a t shirt, polo shirt, etc. You can use your own scanned images, find graphics online or create your own pictures. One thing that is very important when editing the image (especially ones that include any sort of text) is to mirror the image so that it is displayed correctly after applying it onto fabric. Use a sheet of regular printer paper and print out a test page to see if print that is on the screen looks the way you want it when printed. You also need to check if the iron transfer paper is put into the printer in the correct position – most of manufacturers place clear markings on their products indicating which way to put it in. 

• When the iron transfer is printed take the fabric you wish to apply it on and place it on a flat heat-resistant surface which will be big enough to accommodate the whole area of applied print. Make sure you lay out the fabric so that there are no wrinkles and it is as smooth as possible. If you are applying the iron transfer on a t shirt or shirt you need to place brown paper in between the front and the back so that the image is only printed on the side you want it to be. Apply the iron transfer image face down exactly where you want it to be. 

• Before turning on the iron you should read the instructions that are always included with iron transfer paper which will tell you what temperature the iron should be set to. When the iron is ready to work, start moving it circularly, beginning from one of the edges of the iron transfer and move steadily towards the centre of it. You should press the iron firmly and thoroughly throughout the iron transfer. After you are finished leave the fabric to cool down for 5-10 minutes and the slowly remove the backing of the iron transfer.