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American Flag Sequence Bow - DTF Transfer Ready To Press

American Flag Sequence Bow - DTF Transfer Ready To Press

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  • Size Of Transfer: Width 9"-11"
  • Artwork Is Transparent
  • Apparel Not Included

How to use with Heat Press

NOTE: Pre-Heat your Heat Press to reach 260+/- degrees. - HOT PEEL

1. Press your blank apparel on the side you will have your design, to give it a nice smooth surface.

2. Place your DTF Transfer in the exact location you want.

3. Cover your DTF Transfer with teflon on or parchment paper
of the same size or larger. This will help avoid your transfer from
lifting.

4. Use your preheated Heat Press at 260 degrees to press down with medium pressure for 12 seconds.

5. Peel off the backing of your DTF transfer immediately (quickly).

6. Optional - Do a final press of 7-10 seconds using teflon or parchment paper

How to use with Home Iron

Using an iron:

1. Set your iron to the highest cotton setting without
steam.

2. Preheat your garment for a few seconds to remove any moisture and wrinkles.

3. Place the transfer face down on the garment, making sure it's centered and
aligned.

4. Apply firm and even pressure while moving the iron in a circular motion for
about 20-30 seconds.

5. Allow the transfer to cool down completely before peeling off the backing
paper.

6. Do a final press of 7-10 seconds using teflon or parchment paper

 

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