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Basics of Heat Transfer Paper
Basics of Heat Transfer Paper
May 18, 2016

A product needs to be handled with care and to be stored as per the instructions for it to last longer and serve its purpose as desired. It is therefore essential for any potential buyer to get to understand the care he is expected to take in handling such an item.

Heat press transfer paper is capable of surviving washing for longer periods. Their storage has to be in tightly sealed plastic bags and they have a shelf life of about six months. When heat press transfer paper is stored in a very humid or even dry area, the shelf life reduces with each given day. They can best be applied on light coloured fabrics or even surfaces. For satin finishes, the paper needs to be hot peeled while cold peeling is needed for glossy finishes.

For dark or rather black fabrics and surfaces, an opaque heat press transfer paper is preferably used that is if you don’t want the colour of that item to be seen during the transfer process.

ValueRite business production Inc. is the leader in the market as far as heat press transfer paper is concerned.  They are known for quality with their presses being manufactured in USA. They also the Canada’s distributor for other manufacturers like rotary heat presses from Holland.  They do source their goods form far and wide across the globe to ensure that they give the best of what’s available to their clients. They are also in touch with the day to day technological advances to ensure that their goods are up to date which is what every client wants in this modern day. Also available with them are both single piece and roll to roll fabric production meaning you get to choose what you want from them.

Can this type of transfer paper be used to make designs on t-shirts?
Posted by: Myra | December 2, 2016, 3:58 pm
There is a lot to learn about heat press transfer paper that I didn't know!
Posted by: Keira | June 14, 2016, 9:52 am
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