10 feet -Siser EasyWeed HTV Heat Transfer Vinyl Film-widths of 15" (some are 20")

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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
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Made in St Louis, Missouri

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Siser EasyWeed Heat Transfer Vinyl Film Sheets make for a great project. Quality and Durable!

Works with most cutters, cricut, silhouette, etc.

If you would like a different size, please convo us. We offer a lot of other sizes. Sizes are -/+ 1/4" variance.

If you want more than 20ft, please convo us for availability.

*some colors are maximum width of 15" - see drop down select for availability*

We have fluorescent colors in a different listing.

Used on100% polyester, 100% cotton and all poly/cotton blends

Medium Pressure: 302F for 10-15 seconds. Peels hot or cold


FAQs

You can use buyers notes to add any colors selection for your order. Buyers notes can be found on the lower left hand side, after you add items to your cart.

1) Area should be clean and completely dry. 2) Peel bottom liner off vinyl. 3) Apply to area. Squeegee over with a bank card or applicator tool with overlapping strokes. 4) Gently peel back top liner starting at one corner. Tip: If vinyl starts to come off, lay area back down and squeegee over again. (extra-large vinyl can be applied with wet application)

1) Iron area where vinyl will go for 15-20 seconds using the highest, NON-steam setting. 2) Remove the wax paper liner, leaving top liner intact. 3) Place image, vinyl against the fabric, top liner side up, on to the pre-heated material. Place a thin cloth over it (I use a pillowcase), iron for 45-60 seconds. 4) Then turn material over and iron backside of garment for 20-30 seconds, applying medium pressure. 5) Let cool then remove top lining. You can also lay cloth back over it and re-iron after liner is removed to help secure down decal if enough pressure wasn’t applied in step 4. Tip: If decal starts to come off, lay area back down, cover with pillow case and iron again.

1) Pre-heat - Iron shirt where vinyl will go for 15-20 seconds using highest, NON-steam setting. 2) Remove wax paper liner, leaving top liner intact. 3) Place to the pre-heated material. Top liner side up, vinyl should be against fabric. Apply medium pressure with the iron for 45-60 seconds. 4) Repeat step 3 for any additional layers, stacking them one at a time. 5) Repeat for the other side of material. Let cool then remove top lining. If vinyl starts to come off, lay area back down, cover with pillow case and iron again. Tip: You cannot layer on top of the glitter vinyl -that must be the top layer!

You can use buyers notes to add any colors selection for your order. Buyers notes can be found on the lower left hand side, after you add items to your cart.

1) Area should be clean and completely dry. 2) Peel bottom liner off vinyl. 3) Apply to area. Squeegee over with a bank card or applicator tool with overlapping strokes. 4) Gently peel back top liner starting at one corner. Tip: If vinyl starts to come off, lay area back down and squeegee over again. (extra-large vinyl can be applied with wet application)

1) Iron area where vinyl will go for 15-20 seconds using the highest, NON-steam setting. 2) Remove the wax paper liner, leaving top liner intact. 3) Place image, vinyl against the fabric, top liner side up, on to the pre-heated material. Place a thin cloth over it (I use a pillowcase), iron for 45-60 seconds. 4) Then turn material over and iron backside of garment for 20-30 seconds, applying medium pressure. 5) Let cool then remove top lining. You can also lay cloth back over it and re-iron after liner is removed to help secure down decal if enough pressure wasn’t applied in step 4. Tip: If decal starts to come off, lay area back down, cover with pillow case and iron again.

1) Pre-heat - Iron shirt where vinyl will go for 15-20 seconds using highest, NON-steam setting. 2) Remove wax paper liner, leaving top liner intact. 3) Place to the pre-heated material. Top liner side up, vinyl should be against fabric. Apply medium pressure with the iron for 45-60 seconds. 4) Repeat step 3 for any additional layers, stacking them one at a time. 5) Repeat for the other side of material. Let cool then remove top lining. If vinyl starts to come off, lay area back down, cover with pillow case and iron again. Tip: You cannot layer on top of the glitter vinyl -that must be the top layer!


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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
Arrives from the United States
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