Iron On Transfers: InkJet Transfers, Laser Transfers, CLC Transfers & OffSet Heat Transfer Papers
Wholesale Pricing - Commercial Grade!
Heat Transfer Paper For Professionals & Beginners!
Our InkJet, Laser, CLC & OffSet heat transfer papers are easy-to-use, image well, won't bleed and images remain sharp and crisp. These transfer papers work on all fabrics, from tight weaves such as the top of mouse pads or shirts to heavy materials like tote bags. Our heat transfers (on shirts) have a soft hand and will soften up further after the first wash. Retail transfer papers are more expensive and will not perform as well.
We offer hot peel transfers. These type of heat transfers have the shortest application time and produces a professional matte finish. A matte finish is most desirable/popular for shirts, mouse pads, caps, etc. Cold peel transfers take much longer to complete and produces a shiny finish and is not recommended for mouse pads because it leaves the surface tacky (sticky). If you want a shinny transfer finish on shirts you can achieve this with our "TransGloss" transfer paper. See bottom of page.
We Guarantee our Transfer Papers Will Perform as Advertised!* Note: The below transfer papers are not for printing mugs or hard surface items. See dye sublimation.
"TransferJet" Heat Transfer Paper - For InkJet Printers. (For white & light color shirts). This single step commercial grade hot peel heat transfer paper can be used with any brand/model inkjet printer (ie: Epson, Canon, HP, Lexmark, Etc). Transfer time is fast, 3-7 seconds! These transfers will not peel or crack, they're extremely durable in the wash and have a soft hand. Inkjet transfer papers are not all the same. With ours you can expect the highest level of image quality, fastest transfer time and they're extremely easy to peel. Our customers constantly tells us they have tried them all and they love this transfer paper. This transfer paper is a much higher quality than what you'll find in retail stores or online suppliers. Apply with Home Iron or Heat Press!Instructions | Transfer Cutting Tips | Inks Bleeding?
Used with One Step Opaque transfers (ie: Jet-Opaque, 3G Jet-Opaque & Laser 1 Opaque). Also used when curing direct garment printed shirts - "DTG Printing". This Silicone Parchment Paper is coated on both sides for maximum yield. This paper is needed in order to complete the transfer process for the transfer paper mentioned above.
We offer it in a roll to give you better value and you don't have to worry about running out of a pre-cut size!
Leaves a matt finish and protects the heat press as well. It's good for a few repeated uses (per side) on "Jet-Opaque" transfers and only one time use (per side) on "Laser 1 Opaque" transfers.
Please note: This parchment paper is not to be used in place of Teflon Sheet protector. A Teflon sheet protector is for repeated long lasting stain protection for your heat press and using it would leave an undesirable temporary gloss finish on the transfer. Furthermore, the gloss finish will become uneven on the first wash. For a permanent gloss finish see the "TRANSGLOSS" heat transfer paper.
*IMPORTANT: Our heat transfer papers have been tested and run successfully on most standard brands of inkjet printers and color copiers/printers when the correct heat transfer paper is selected for the above mentioned equipment. Customer is solely responsible for making selection of heat transfer paper. We make no claims or guarantees as to its suitability for any specific printer or copier. Always test to determine the suitability of the paper for use in conjunction with your equipment and methods. The seller’s and manufacturer’s maximum obligation shall be to replace any paper which has been proven defective. Neither the seller nor the manufacturer of this paper shall be liable for any injury/damage, direct or consequential, arising out of, or the inability to use this paper. Print results may vary on different ink jet brands, color copiers/printers and/or models. Output quality is dependent upon the user’s hardware, software and general knowledge and ability to use graphic and/or photo manipulation programs. Experimentation with your specific equipment may be necessary.
Following the printing/application instructions is critical to achieve best results.