Dark Fabric Transfer Papers for Laser Printer
paper transfers for dark fabrics CLP Dark transfer laser paper is made to work with any laser printer now on the market, and it can print any pattern that can be applied to any media with the aid of any heat press machine. Unlike any other kind of transfer paper, CLP Dark Paper creates outputs that are more focused and distinct, making it the ideal transfer paper for dark-colored mediums. CLP Dark Paper is also a compatible print and transfer laser paper.
The Dark Fabric Transfer Papers had an A4-sized print that is ideal for any size graphic design on any type of fabric media, including shirts, trousers, sweatshirts, caps, banners, mouse pads, and many others. Additionally resistant to burning quickly, this transfer paper can handle intense heat and pressure. CLP Dark Paper can be seen of as making a positive impact on any organization and enhancing the practice of design printing. CLP Dark Paper is a comfy media that is ideal for lengthy and mass manufacturing because it is simple to peel off and doesn’t stick back to paper.
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Any Laser Printer device is capable of printing on CLP Dark paper. However, it is advised to utilize original Laser Printers with original inks on them in order to get the most out of this printing and transfer paper. To get better results, set the quality choice to “Photo Quality” and the standard to “Normal” printing. Before printing it on paper, don’t forget to print the mirror image.
Check to see if the print is completely dry by pressing the transfer paper for 5 seconds with the heat set at a lower degree. Trim the design as necessary and eliminate the unprinted films. Now take off the backing paper and set the printed film down just where you want it in the medium. After that, lay the provided release paper on top of the design and use the typical heat and pressure settings to press the transfer paper onto the medium. Peel the paper gently starting in one corner after the transfer is finished. While the paper is still hot, proceed with caution.
Setting recommendations for light mediums include:
Temperature: 115–125 Celsius or 235–255 Fahrenheit
Approximately 40 lbs. of pressure
Instructions for Washing and Ironing
Wash with care to prevent damaging the design print and causing scratches. Only use cold water to wash the finished product. USE ANY TYPE OF BLEACH OTHER THAN BLEACH TO WASH THE MEDIUM. If the item is made of fabric, dry it in the dryer right away rather than hanging it up to dry. Avoid heating the regions containing printed pictures when ironing the design medium onto a fabric.
It is advised to print and wash test one output before generating large quantities. Additionally, make sure the ink is appropriate for the medium.
Until they are actually used, keep transfer papers in the plastic bag to prevent them from becoming wet. After each use, make sure the container is closed.