Reindeer Names Dasher Prancer Comet Donner Rudolph HIGH HEAT Full color Screen Print transfer
Infant pocket coozie koozie oven mitt pot holder 4" Tall
Allow 1-2 business days grace on preorder/restock dates to allow for any delays
Any items ordered with a preorder will ship when all preorder items are ready. if other rts items are needed sooner, order separately so they aren't held up waiting for the preorder
Screen print (Full color plastisol ink) transfer - THIS IS NOT A DIGITAL FILE, you are purchasing a ready to apply print that will be shipped to you and you must apply it to your garment with a heat press
This is not a completed garment, shirt shown as an example only, this is ONLY the transfer to apply with your heat press to your own materials
IN STOCK AND READY TO SHIP
Ships ready to apply to cotton, poly, or cotton poly blend fabrics
How To Apply Our Transfers
Applying our transfers is super simple. Follow the steps and instructions below to achieve perfect results on your next project!
1) No Teflon Sheets, Covers or Pillows. Ever.
Never use teflon sheets, covers or pillows with any of our plastisol formulas. They dissipate the heat too much, resulting in a poorly applied transfer.
2) Calibrate Your Heat Press.
You will need to use a quality Infrared (IR) Temperature Gun (Contactless) to ensure your heat press is heating evenly and accurately. You should do this each and every time you start a new pressing cycle.
3) Pressure, Pressure, Pressure.
Plastisol transfers will give you a quality and long-lasting decoration solution, but you HAVE to ensure you are using adequate and even pressure. This will ensure the formula properly adheres to your garment. Not using enough pressure can result in poorly applied plastisol transfers.
4) Water resistant, waterproof, and fireproof garments:
We recommend testing a sample on your item before production. Water resistant, waterproof and fireproof garments may not accept a heat transfer application.
High heat soft feel Formula
NO TEFLON SHEETS, COVERS or PILLOWS
Temperature: 350-375 Degrees Fahrenheit depending on your press, test with a heat gun, officially 375 is recommended but some presses run hotter than set. Calibrate with a heat gun for accuracy and do some test presses.
Time: 7-15 Seconds - more time is better than more heat
Pressure: High Pressure (8-9 Manual, 60PSI Automatic) very important
Peel: Hot Peel