When you put your clothes on the heat press, be sure to straighten it. If you accidentally put the wrinkled fabric on the heat press, you will definitely get a curved design as output.
So unless you want to drive away your customers, be careful when loading clothes. You may ask, how can I do it?
- First, align the label of the clothes with the back of the heat press.
- Go to the place where the laser is irradiated on your clothes.
iii. Please be sure to test the printed matter: it is recommended to test on plain paper or unused clothing before applying it to roll sublimation paper. Print preview on plain paper allows you to experiment.
You will have an idea of the results of your work. Another important thing to do is to properly stretch each piece of clothing you want to print on to make sure that your print has no cracks.
- Get the perfect transfer paper vinyl: This is the first thing you should do before you start printing t-shirts. Make sure that the transfer paper you get exactly matches your printer design.
When you enter the market, you will be surprised to find that there are various brands of transfer paper. Some transfer papers are made for inkjet printers, and some are made for laser printers.
Therefore, conduct thorough research to ensure that the transfer paper you are obtaining is suitable for your printer. Also, remember that the transfer paper for white t-shirts is very different from the transfer paper for black t-shirts.
So you see, in your research on A3 sublimation paper, in addition to buying transfer paper that matches your heat press, many things are involved.
- Another important factor to consider is to take good care of your heat-pressed clothing. If you want our hot-pressed t-shirts to last for a long time, you must protect them.
Tips on how to do this:
- When you wash, turn it over before washing to prevent friction and friction.
- Avoid drying with a dryer, but hang it outside to dry?
- It is not advisable to clean them with harsh detergents.
- Don't put wet shirts in the closet to avoid mold.
If you follow these instructions religiously, you can prevent unnecessary damage to your already ironed shirts.