Screen-Printed Heat Transfers

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A screen-printed transfer is a design created by applying ink through a mesh screen onto a transfer paper. This paper is then heat-pressed onto a fabric, transferring the design.

Screen-printed heat transfers are versatile and can be applied to a variety of materials, including cotton, polyester, cotton/poly blends, tri-blends, mesh, canvas, lycra, spandex, nylon and more. Be sure to check each formula’s specifications regarding what you can and can’t print on.

The durability varies for different screen-printed heat transfers. When applied and cared for properly, our transfers are designed to last around 50 washes on average.

The recommended pressing time for a screen print transfer can vary based on the specific type of transfer and the materials being used. It is crucial to refer to the application instructions accompanying the transfer for precise guidelines on the required pressing time.

Yes, screen-printed transfers can handle intricate and detailed designs, providing a high level of precision and clarity.

It's advised to wash garments with screen-printed transfers inside out in cold water and tumble dry on low heat. Avoid using bleach and ironing directly on the transfer.

Yes, screen-printed transfers are suitable for outdoor apparel. However, it's recommended to choose the appropriate transfer type based on the intended use and exposure to environmental elements.

With proper care, screen-printed transfers resist fading. Avoiding harsh washing conditions and following care instructions helps maintain the vibrancy of the prints.