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Kate's Craft Store 50 sheets 8.5"x11" Sublimation Paper for Cott

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Kate's Craft Store 50 sheets 8.5"x11" Sublimation Paper for Cott

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Product description

Fifty (50) sheets of 8.5"x11" Sublimation paper for COTTONS.

*Must be printed using an inkjet printer with sublimation inks such as Epson, Ricoh, or Sawgrass.

*Must be applied using a heat press for best results.

*Must be applied to white or light-colored cotton fabric.

Instructions:

1. Print mirror image on bright side of paper.

2. Trim design, leaving a narrow 1/4" around the edges.

3. Apply using a heat press at 345°, for 20 seconds, with medium pressure.

Care Instruction:

Fabrics should be machine washed inside out (separately for the first time only) in cool or cold wash

setting.

No bleach.

Immediately remove garments from washer. Colors may bleed if left wet to long.

Tumble dry at warm setting.

To re-iron fabric after washing, do not iron directly on transferred image. 

Kate's Craft Store 50 sheets 8.5"x11" Sublimation Paper for Cott

 

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