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Screen Printed Transfers, DTF Transfers, & More

Adding Texture: Can You Change The Look & Feel Of A Heat Transfer?

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Repressing transfers can alter the look and feel of your heat pressed apparel.

In this video, we'll take a look at screen printed, DTF (direct-to-film) and digital-hybrid UltraColor Pro heat transfers and how different materials used as a cover sheet with a second press can change the way the apparel looks.

We're using different materials to change the texture of a heat transfer. While we used a few of our favorite t-shirt printing transfers here, this same practice can be applied to almost any heat transfer type, including heat transfer vinyl (HTV).

Watch and see the difference that different materials make on the printed t-shirt!
- Parchment Paper
- Craft Paper
- Cotton Canvas
- Stahls' Flexible Application Pad

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