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Square Coaster With Cork

Square Coaster With Cork

This gloss white hardboard coaster is 0.125″ (3.18 mm) thick with a cork bottom. This makes a great personalized gift with artwork or photos. Can alos promote a business or add the finishing touches to a party.
3.75" Square
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  • Application Instructions

    1. Set temperature to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Set timer to 60 seconds.
    3. Set Pressure at medium.
    4. Remove protective film from product.
    5. Print a mirror image onto Texprint Paper. Image should be larger than the substrate.
    6. Place the substrate face down on the transfer paper and tape the paper to the substrate using transfer release tape.
    7. Put a blank sheet of paper on heat press platen to keep it clean.
    8. Place substrate face up on the heat press, with the transfer paper on top.
    9. Cover with a non stick sheet
    10. Press at 400 degrees F for 60 seconds with medium pressure
    11. Remove immediately from press once finished and peel hot.
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    Great Coasters Review by John
    The overall quality seem to be really good. Sublimation turned out great. Would recommend. (Posted on 2/13/19)
    Print beautifully Review by Lorraine
    A great addition to our product line-up. They look really, really nice! (Posted on 8/16/18)
    Amazing color! Review by Susan
    I used these coasters for the first time for my floral photographs and I couldn't believe how clear and bright everything came out! They were a huge hit at my last street fair and I sold out! Definitely need to order more of these! And they were so easy to press - I fit 6 at a time on my heat press so it made large production runs a snap. (Posted on 4/24/18)
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