Sublimation Blank Polyester White Patches - 2.5" x 4.5" - w/ White Border | Heat Seal Backing | Ready to press | Hat Patch | Sublimation Blank Hat Patch
Heat Seal Patch, Rectangle, 2.5" x 4.5" (set includes 5 patches). For Dye Sublimation or heat transfer applications. These come with heat seal backing so there's no need for extra adhesive. Looks amazing on hats, bags, shirts, etc. The possibilities are endless!
SUBLIMATION TRANSFER INSTRUCTIONS:
TIME: 45 SECONDS | TEMP: 400 DEGREES FARENHEIT | PRESSURE: HEAVY
1. Cover the bottom table of the press with a sheet of Teflon.
2. Secure transfer to the patch using heat tape/spray.
5. Place substrate face up, with attached transfer face down, on top of protective paper on bottom table.
6. Place a piece of Nomex Felt or Teflon pillow under the image area to level it up for even contact with the Heat Platen.
7. Top with protective paper and press according to time, temperature, and pressure above.
HEAT PRESS INSTRUCTIONS TO ADHERE PATCH TO GARMENT
Pressing time for adhering the patch will vary by the fiber content and weight of the textile. The typical time range is between 14-20 seconds. If you are unsure of the necessary time, start by pressing with heavy pressure for 14 seconds. Then allow the patch to cool. Try to peel the edges of the patch. If they are secure then you are done. If not, repress for an additional 10 seconds. If the edges remain unsecured then you will have to use Liquid Stitch fabric glue (available at most fabric, craft or department stores) to complete the adhesion of the patch to the textile. *It is important that very heavy and even pressure is applied to the patch and that your press is calibrated to 400°F. Remember to position the patch as close as possible to the center of the heat platen to ensure even pressure.
HOUSEHOLD IRON INSTRUCTIONS TO ADHERE PATCH TO GARMENT
Set the temperature of the iron to 400°-F. This is usually the "Polyester" setting or a bit lower than the highest temperature available. Press from the middle of the patch outward toward the edges. The pressing time is usually a minute. After this period of time, check the edges of the patch to see if this area is adhered to the substrate. If so, you will now need to press the patch from the backside for another minute.