1. THIN MATTE DTF CLEAR FILM SCREEN PRINTS:
Thin Matte Film transfers are awesome because they work on many different garment materials: Cotton, Nylon, Polyester, 50/50 Blends and both light and dark fabrics.
You will need an actual heat press in order to press this sublimation on a shirt or other product. (You can find these on amazon and we are happy to link you to these) You can NOT use a clothing iron or heat gun. Cricut Easy Presses are NOT recommended - use at your own risk. While it is possible, it's not easy to use that type of press with sublimation because you need heavy pressure and high heat.
Pre-Press Garment for 5 seconds to get out any moisture.
Pressure: Heavy (if print doesn't stick, this is likely the biggest reason why. Make sure your press is on heavy pressure!)
Time: 15-20 Seconds
Do not cover with any Teflon etc. If print needs an additional press, please use parchment paper over it.
*Please note the time and temp are suggested and you may have to adjust based on your own presses best settings.