|Size(s):||A4 and A3, 13",17" and 24" wide rolls|
|Substrate colour(s):||White or light colours|
|Substrate type(s):||T-shirts, sweatshirts, mouse pads, coasters, jigsaw puzzles, leather goods|
|Fabric type(s):||Cotton or cotton/polyester blends|
|Image type(s):||Photos, designs, logos|
|Printer compatibility:||Inkjet ONLY|
|Ink compatibility:||Pigment, dye-based or sublimation (pigment recommended for longevity)|
|Silhouette settings:||Blade: 1, Speed: 3, Thickness: 1|
|(use a cutting mat and cut through the film layer only)|
|Application method:||Hand iron or heat press|
|Heat press temperature:||190°C|
|Heat press pressure:||Heavy|
|Heat press time:||30 seconds|
|Peel:||Hot peel (recommended) or cold peel for a shinier finish|
|Washing instructions:||Machine wash cold and dry at low heat settings|
Detailed instructions: Download pdf instructions for Jet-Pro® SofStretch™ heat transfer paper
I am using a domestic iron and am not happy with the results. Why is this?
Jet-Pro® Sofstretch™ can be hand ironed but some household irons are not able to reach required temperatures for this paper. If possible, heat press application is recommended for best results. If you intend to use a hand iron for this transfer paper then we recommend purchasing a sample pack to test the product. Please follow our guidance on hand ironing here.
How do I get the softest feel on the fabric?
After peeling, lightly stretch the transfer when still warm to lessen hard hand and film edge. You can recover the transfer with a Teflon or silicone sheets and repress again for 5-7 seconds (A Teflon sheet will give a shinier finish). This helps to flatten the fibres after peeling to create a smoother and more durable transfer.
The transfer is yellowing with pressing. What should I do?
If you think that the transfer and/or fabric is scorching then try reducing the temperature of your heat press by 5-10 degrees Celsius. If you think that the ink is changing colour then you can adjust the image settings as below (the image may appear blue when printed but colours will change on application):
CorelDRAW x3 - click 'auto adjust' in the 'bitmaps tab'
Photoshop - change the 'color balance' using the 'Photo Filter command'
Jet-Pro® SofStretch™ Overview Video
Heat Transfer Paper for Light Fabrics on Coloured Fabrics
In this video we give examples of how a printable heat transfer paper designed for use with light coloured fabrics will appear when used with a variety of different coloured fabrics.
Using Heat Transfer Paper to Transfer Images onto Wood
In this video we show the results we have had using some of our printable heat transfer paper on wood.
|Pack size||Discount||Price per A4 sheet||Price per A3 sheet|
|Roll length||13" width||17" width||24" width|
For order quantities greater than 5,000 sheets, please contact us for pricing.
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Great product! - The best inkjet heat transfer paper I've used yet. It is soft, stretchy and has a minimal background polymer.
Absolutely amazing heat transfer paper, the best so light fabric. Amazing stretch ability and beautiful smooth vibrant colored transfers. Looks just like screen printed designs. Washed a shirt with it on 15+ times and still looks fresh and new.
Chris Connolly-Coventry, UK-
Absolutely fantastic! This paper is great for any white, grey or other light colored garments! Would definitely recommend it!
I wouldnt use any other paper on lights. I have tried many but nothing touches this.