MASKS, KOOZIES, POCKET IMAGES: (32) up to 2x2", up to 3x3", 4x4" or up to 8.5x8.5" images of your design/logo or any that I have (The KB Designs: Custom Designs... group and my page is a very small sampling of my files and I can purchase other designs if needed). These close out as they fill - I update close date in the group!
You must EMAIL me your ready to print images (PNG with no background and 300 DPI) at email@example.com within 24 hours of purchase. Orders received after that will have an additional 7-10 business day delay. Images needing to be resized or cleaned up may require a design fee. Please email before ordering if you have any questions!
**YOU MUST USE A HEAT PRESS WHEN APPLYING THESE TRANSFERS**
PLEASE add "100% POLYESTER" to the order notes if you will be pressing on 100% Poly as a different formula is required for those prints!
Each image size:
- Up to 4x4"
- YOU MUST USE A HEAT PRESS
- 60 PSI ~ HEAVY pressure
- I will send time, temp, and peel instructions with your screens.
*Each heat press can vary with time and temp. Be familiar with your press and how it runs. You may need o slightly adjust them up or down as well as press time. These are manufacturer recommendations only.*
Recommended blank to use with this transfer:
-100% Cotton T-shirt
-Cotton Tote Bags
-Poly/Cotton Pillow Covers
Blanks that will NOT work on:
-Wooden, Ceramic blanks (mugs, plates, etc), Metal (tumblers, glasses, etc), and Glass Items
What is plastisol screen print ink? Plastisol inks can be printed on virtually any surface that can withstand the heat required to cure the ink and is porous enough to permit good ink penetration. Plastisol inks do not color the fibers like a dye. Instead, the ink wraps around the fibers and makes a mechanical bond with the fabric. For this reason, they will not adhere to non-porous substrates such as plastic, metal, and glass. They also will not adhere well to woven waterproof nylon material. I DO offer a screen print formula for those garments, so please message for a quote.
*** KB Designs is not liable when the transfer is applied improperly***