Direct to Film Transfer, or DTF, is a new technology that allows us to print your custom designs onto special film. These films are then transferred by you onto a garment of choice. These garments can be ANY color and ANY material. Similar to most heat transfer processes, a quality heat press is necessary for maximizing the best results. These DTF Transfers will be applied at 302 for 10-15 seconds and COLD PEELED. FOR THE SECOND PRESS-Cover transfer with teflon(for shiny finish) or parchment paper (for matte finish). The measurements for designs will not exceed the width.
Color Disclaimer. Actual colors may vary. This is due to the fact that every computer monitor has a different capability to display colors and that everyone sees these colors differently. Please understand the actual color may vary slightly from your monitor. We cannot guarantee that the color you see accurately portrays the true color of the transfer but we strive to match as close as possible.
You need a heat press to use these transfers (an iron will NOT work).
-Subs do not go on black shirts. Subs do not print white.
-You must use a shirt that is at least 50% polyester. 100% polyester shirts or material work the best to get the most vibrant colors. Please note: If you use a shirt less than 100% polyester, you will get a vintage look and may experience fading after washing the garment.
-White or light color shirts are highly recommended but other colors may be used depending on the design.
There may be a slight difference in the color of the image or text on your computer monitor or phone versus the color that is actually pressed. Also, transfers will look lighter on the paper before they are pressed.
-Heat press to 400*F
-Pre press your shirt for 5-7 seconds to get any moisture out
-Insert copy paper, parchment paper, or butcher paper inside of your shirt and on top of your transfer. This protects the shirt if any ink bleeds through
-Press shirt for 60 seconds at medium pressure- 100% poly light color can be pressed for 45 seconds