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Take Me Out To The Ball Game Sublimation Transfer

Take Me Out To The Ball Game Sublimation Transfer

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Ready to Press Printed Sublimation Transfer

•385-400 degrees 
•Medium-Heavy Pressure
•45-60 seconds 

All Sublimation transfers are printed with professional equipment with the highest quality inks and paper. I print to order so all transfers are as fresh as can be. You will receive the printed out transfer itself, not a finished product. After received, you will then press the transfer onto the item of your choice. 

Sublimation ink permanently adheres to Polyester only. For best results, pressing on a 100% Polyester light colored material will give you the best and most vibrant colors. I recommend White or Heather Gray Tee’s. Anything less than 100% Polyester will be a more vintage look. Do NOT print on anything less then 65% Polyester as it will not work correctly and be very dull/wash out. Sublimation ink turns into a gas when heated and pressed, and then the ink is infused and dyed directly into the polyester of the material. It has no texture or feel therefore no cracking or peeling to worry about. Sublimation ink is transparent and does not print white. Any white in the image will show through as the color of the shirt it’s pressed on. 

Actual color of image may vary slightly due to device display capabilities and settings. The colors printed on the paper will look lighter then they actually are. Don’t fret until you press! 

We are not responsible for transfers that are pressed incorrectly. These must be pressed with a heat press, an iron or easy press will not work. Please make sure you are using the correct material, color, and heat press settings before pressing. Heat tape is recommended to avoid shifting/ghosting of the print. Every press is different. Be sure to test your press on different pressure/temperature/time settings to determine the best results for you. I also recommend getting a temperature gun to help determine the correct temperature your press runs at! 

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