Clc Paper For Darks 8.5 X 11

For both oil and non-oil color laser copies and printers. They are used for the heat transfer of high-resolution photographs and images to dark T-shirts, sweatshirts, mousepads, coasters, puzzles and more. Choose garments that have a tight weave.




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Printer Type:
Color Laser
Size:
8.5" X 11"
Brand:
OneStep
Garment Color:
Dark
Item #:
585
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    Color Laser Copier Paper for Darks Application Instructions

    General Use

    For both oil and non-oil color laser copies and printers. They are used for the heat transfer of high-resolution photographs and images to dark T-shirts, sweatshirts, mousepads, coasters, puzzles and more. Choose garments that have a tight weave.

    Application Instructions

    1. Choose a dark or bright colored substrate made of 100% cotton.
    2. Change your copier/printer settings to Heavy Card Stock or label 1, label 2.
    3. Load transfer paper so blank side receives the image. Paper should be fed into the copier or printer with the short dimension first (grain long) using the by-pass tray.
    4. DO NOT reverse (flip or mirror) the image. Print your transfer.
    5. Holding the image side of transfer toward you make a small (1/4 inch) hard crease at the corner edge of the transfer.
    6. Flip the transfer over and crease the same corner again but in the opposite direction.
    7. Holding the backside of the transfer toward you, gently tear the paper backing on the crease to separate the transfer from the paper backing.
    8. Do not tear the transfer layer.
    9. When you have made the tear, separate the layers and slowly peel the transfer just past the image. Stop there and realign the paper backing with the image layer.
    10. Trim away the unprinted paper around your image.
    11. Gently peel the paper backing from the transfer film.
    12. Position imaged transfer film on the garment with the printed side face up.
    13. Cover imaged transfer film with enclosed silicon paper. This is to protect the imaged transfer film. The silicone paper is reusable so do not throw away after use. Make sure the silicon paper covers the entire transfer, leaving no are of the transfer uncovered.
    14. Press at 325°. Use light pressure. Print for 25 seconds. Allow silicon to cool completely (at least 2 minutes) and peel when cold.

    Tips & Notes

    • Alternate printing instructions - Placing a flat single layer of fabric such as a pillow case or T-shirt over the ironing sheet and increasing the pressing time up to 2 minutes at 300oF increases the durability of the transfer.

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    Disclaimer:
    Since there are so many makes and models of printers it is virtually impossible to guarantee the results on any one printer. We can only suggest that you check with the manufacturer regarding the use of transfer papers. We cannot assume any liability for the use of our transfer papers. Learn More...

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  • Color Laser Copier Paper for Darks Application Instructions

    General Use

    For both oil and non-oil color laser copies and printers. They are used for the heat transfer of high-resolution photographs and images to dark T-shirts, sweatshirts, mousepads, coasters, puzzles and more. Choose garments that have a tight weave.

    Application Instructions

    1. Choose a dark or bright colored substrate made of 100% cotton.
    2. Change your copier/printer settings to Heavy Card Stock or label 1, label 2.
    3. Load transfer paper so blank side receives the image. Paper should be fed into the copier or printer with the short dimension first (grain long) using the by-pass tray.
    4. DO NOT reverse (flip or mirror) the image. Print your transfer.
    5. Holding the image side of transfer toward you make a small (1/4 inch) hard crease at the corner edge of the transfer.
    6. Flip the transfer over and crease the same corner again but in the opposite direction.
    7. Holding the backside of the transfer toward you, gently tear the paper backing on the crease to separate the transfer from the paper backing.
    8. Do not tear the transfer layer.
    9. When you have made the tear, separate the layers and slowly peel the transfer just past the image. Stop there and realign the paper backing with the image layer.
    10. Trim away the unprinted paper around your image.
    11. Gently peel the paper backing from the transfer film.
    12. Position imaged transfer film on the garment with the printed side face up.
    13. Cover imaged transfer film with enclosed silicon paper. This is to protect the imaged transfer film. The silicone paper is reusable so do not throw away after use. Make sure the silicon paper covers the entire transfer, leaving no are of the transfer uncovered.
    14. Press at 325°. Use light pressure. Print for 25 seconds. Allow silicon to cool completely (at least 2 minutes) and peel when cold.

    Tips & Notes

    • Alternate printing instructions - Placing a flat single layer of fabric such as a pillow case or T-shirt over the ironing sheet and increasing the pressing time up to 2 minutes at 300oF increases the durability of the transfer.

    Click Here For Video Instructions
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    CLC Paper for Darks Review by Justin Carrano
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    Printed very nicely and worked great on black shirts. Will be ordering more of this paper in the future (Posted on 9/30/15)
    Not for Tee Review by Ervin
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    I do not recommend this for tee shirts for it has a hard feel. (Posted on 9/4/15)
    opaque Review by kara
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    I used this paper on red shirts. I was disappointed that the red seeped through the white background of the transfer on the shirt so it looked very cheap. I will try on black shirts and see if it works and I will try again on red shirts. I may have done something wrong so I'll give it a chance. it was very easy to use though and prints nicely (Posted on 9/1/15)
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