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What is cotton sublimation paper and how to use it ?

   



      The Cotton sublimation paper process enables the user to transfer onto white and pastel cotton fabrics using the traditional sublimation process. This product is perfect for full color photos, vector graphics and lines. No excess polymer appears on the garments and requires no trimming or weeding.

Cotton sublimation paper allows full color images to be transferred onto a large variety of white or pastel colored fabrics, including 100% cotton, while retaining a soft, stretchable and image only transfer. The durability of the transfer in washings is matched to a screen printed image. By using the specialty paper and powder, they will allow only the transfer of the sublimation inks to the garment, as the paper does not transfer any coating. The powder is specially formulated to deter the sublimation inks from migrating and retain a crisp and sharp image over time.

Foil and flock can also be used after the transfer to add extra effects to the image. This will add an extra dimension to your image. If looking to only decorate a garment with foil or flock, the use of a regular inkjet printer and ink can be used to obtain the foil or flock transfer onto any color fabric.

                                                             


Temperature: 200 degrees Celsius
Time: 15 seconds

Pressure: Medium

Peels: Cold
Printing Settings:  Mirror, Print Side down
Recommended Fabrics:White or light-colored cotton, polyester, cotton/poly blends, Lycra®, and some nylons

Recommended Printers:All desktop Sublimation inkjet printers

Compatible with: Sublimation inks

Printing: Ensure to print with a border of at least ½”. Avoid printing edge to edge on the paper. Print using mirror image mode. Print on the unprinted side. If paper has a slight curl, bend the paper gently in opposite direction to reduce. Select paper setting:  “Plain Paper” mode and “High Speed” setting.  Print 1 sheet at a time as the powder process requires the ink to be wet. Avoid printing multi-sheets as the inks will smear when pages come out of the printer on top of each other.  Avoid finger contact with wet ink once printed.


Important notes:

Wash in cold or hot water.
DO NOT USE BLEACH. 
Iron the shirt’s image surface from the back of the fabric




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