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Instructions For light colored iron on transfers

Available Fabric:

Cotton, Polyester, Poly/cotton blends, Lycra/Spandex blends, woven nylon, nylon knits, nylon meshes – micro, tricot, mini, reversible, polyester knits, polyester mesh, sublimated polyester, poly/foam and cotton caps, satin, Cordura


A piece of cotton fabric required for heat press without Teflon layer


Medium to Firm, Even pressure


65 - 180 Seconds


330 F / 165 C

Washing care:

Withstands medium to high wash & dry

Turn garment inside out, machine wash warm or cold, using mild detergent. Do not bleach, do not iron directly on transfers, tumble try low setting. Do not dry clean.


Hot or cold peel


Heat press machine Instruction

Step 1: remove the bottom protection cover (or grease proof paper)

Step 2: Pre heat your fabric for five seconds to remove wrinkles

Step 3: position the iron on sticker onto your fabric (image face downward)

Step 4: place the grease proof paper over the iron on stickers

Step 5: press the sticker for 25 seconds

Step 6: Open heat press machine

Step 7: Remove the grease proof paper, while still warm, and slowly peel off the mask from the image.

Step 8: Cover stickers with grease proof paper and re heat apply again for another 5 seconds for better.


Home iron on instruction

Step 1: find a hard and smooth surface that is waist high or low, iron on boards are not recommended.

Step 2: Set your home iron to its maximum temperature and no steam

Step 3: pre-heat your shirts to get rid of any wrinkles for 10-60 seconds before start, remove the bottom protection cover (or grease proof paper), and position iron on sticker on fabric.

Step 4: Cover iron on sticker with the grease proof paper or cloth.

Step 5: heat apply it evenly and firmly with home iron for 1-2 minutes, the time depends on the iron on transfers’ size. For big graphic stickers, keep moving home iron from one way to the other way. Ironing in other away around is not recommended for it may cause wrinkles

Step 6: remove the grease proof paper, while still hot, and slowly peel off top mask from the images, too.

Step 7: finished



A heat printing pillow or print perfect pad is recommended for even pressure when working around zippers, buttons, heavy seams or mesh reversible jerseys,

All technical information is based on tests we believe to be reliable. However, we cannot guarantee performance for conditions not under manufacturer’s control.  ALWAYS TEST PRIOR TO RUN. The user assumes all risk and liability whatsoever in connection with the use of this product.