Single and Two Color Screen Print Transfer Application Instructions:

  • Pre-heat Heat Press to 325 degrees
  • Pre-press garment for 10 seconds to release moisture
  • Place screen printed side of transfer face down and on top of garment
  • DO NOT COVER WITH TEFLON
  • Press with Medium/High Pressure for 7 Seconds
  • Peel HOT

LOW HEAT Full Color Screen Print Transfer Application Instructions:

  • Pre-heat Heat Press to 335 degrees
  • Pre-press garment for 10 seconds to release moisture
  • Place screen printed side of transfer face down and on top of garment
  • DO NOT COVER WITH TEFLON
  • Press with Medium/High Pressure for 10 seconds
  • Peel Hot

HIGH HEAT Full Color Screen Print Transfer Application Instructions:

  • 100% Cotton or no more than 50/50 Poly to Cotton Material
  • Pre-heat Heat Press to 340 - 350 degrees
  • Pre-press garment for 10 seconds to release moisture
  • Place screen printed side of transfer face down and on top of garment
  • DO NOT COVER WITH TEFLON
  • Press with HIGH Pressure for 7 seconds
  • Peel Hot

FOIL Screen Print Transfer Application Instructions- Please READ Thoroughly:

  • 1. Press design transfer at 350 degrees for 7 seconds with HEAVY pressure. Peel Hot.
  • 2. Cover design with foil (foil should be shiny side UP so you can see the colored shiny). Heat press should still be 350 degrees. Press for 7 seconds, Heavy Pressure. Let garment cool for 30-45 seconds and peel foil COLD.

    CARE INSTRUCTIONS:

    As with any product, the longevity of your design will be directly related to how you treat it. Wash inside out, cold, delicate cycle, and hang to dry. 

It is important that you know the temperature of your press. We recommend using a laser thermometer to ensure the heat is evenly distributed on your heat platen. If the transfer does not release from the paper easily, lower your press and press again for another 5 seconds. 

Lack of adequate heat and adequate pressure will likely result in a ruined print. We cannot issue refunds for screen printed transfers due to the variables involved in each individual's application equipment and methods.

Happy pressing!