A4 Inkjet Iron On Transfers Paper / T Shirt Transfers - Light T Shirt x 20 Sheets
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- Transfer paper to print any full colour images onto light or white colour T-shirts and fabric, using your Inkjet printer
- Compatibility: All types of inkjet printers and inks
- A4 x 20 sheets
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This high quality transfer paper (also known as Iron On / Fabric Paper) will enable you to print a block of text or an image directly on the paper using your own Inkjet printer to be transferred onto any light fabric such as T-Shirts, Cotton Bags and Even Baby Aprons. The A4 transfer paper is suitable for any Inkjet Printer including Brother, Canon, Dell, Epson, HP, Kodak and Lexmark. Each pack contains the number of sheets of your choice and our very own guide to t shirt transfer printing. Be unique and express your creativity with your own wearable art!
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The only criticism would be the slightly yellowish tinge you get from the white which is a little noticeable on a white t shirt.
1. Use a really hot iron (with the steam turned off).
2. Iron over the transfer paper for about 2 minutes, until the edges look well stuck down. When ironing, start at an edge and make sure you don't get any creases or wrinkles, as these will create an air bubble underneath and cause the image to peel off with the paper.
3. Wait until the transfer paper is completely cold before peeling off the backing. The image will seem quite thick, like oilcloth, but don't worry - the texture will improve when 'fixing' the image.
4. To fix the image, I found it best to wait until the next day to get the best texture. Place non-stick baking parchment over the image and iron with a really hot iron for a few seconds (again with the steam turned off). Non-stick baking parchment works better than anything else I've tried.
5. As soon as you've ironed the parchment, whilst it is still hot, carefully peel it off the image. The image will be a little tacky until it has cooled completely, but the extra residue will have been removed and you'll have a beautiful image.
I hope these tips help.
Hope this gives you an idea,
My son is a big fan of a certain car manufacturer and we struggled to find him a t-shirt so I was able to make one plus personalised party bags for his birthday.
The finish can be glossy or Matt depending on when you peel the paper back. Very easy to use. I'm addicted!
6 attempts & 3 t-shirts later, I still found the edges of the transfer peeling when removing backing paper.
(Please see the attached photos.)
I rang the customer service telephone number and explained the process I had followed, and was directed to a 'how to' video. Having watched the video, I was confident that I had followed the correct process, and did not wish to sacrifice any more t-shirts in making further attempts.
I washed a t-shirt on a 'delicate' cycle and the transfer went flakey and bits of it started to come off.
I requested and received a refund.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked very well although designs will come off eventually in the wash.Published 11 days ago by A. Akintola
Does the job, although quality could be little better. Just fine for craftsPublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this after finding an old dry set,
It was easy to use, and I stays beautifully on clothes, providing you follow the instruction.
Good quality, but requires trying a few times before knowing how long to iron on for. Some of my prints came out burned.Published 18 days ago by Immy
I needed these for a one-off design display. My first attempt it stuck around the edges and didn't work. Read morePublished 21 days ago by AJ