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DTF Prints

DTF Prints

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DTF, or Direct-to-Film Heat Transfer Printing, is a relatively new and innovative method for transferring designs and graphics onto various textiles, including t-shirts, hoodies, and other apparel items.

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Materials

UV DTF (Direct-To-Film) stickers are a type of sticker that is printed using a UV DTF printer, which deposits ink onto a film. While these stickers can be used on a variety of surfaces, including paper, metal, plastic, and glass, they are not suitable for use on fabrics.

The main reason for this is that the ink used in UV DTF printing is not designed to bond with fabric fibers.

Compatible with the following: Paper, metal, plastic, and glass, they are not suitable for use on fabrics.

Dimensions

Size: Approximately 11.5cm Wide x 24cm Long

Thickness: 5 µm

Care Instructions

Please hand wash only.

Do not put in the dishwasher or microwave.

We are not responsible for application mishaps.

Please note that not all brands of 16 oz. glass cups have the same
measurements. Our wraps are measured to fit Libbey glass cans, so adjustments may be necessary.

How to use

1.  Clean the surface: Start by cleaning the surface where you plan to apply the decal.  Use a lint free cloth and rubbing alcohol to remove any dirt, oil, etc that may be present.  Allow item to air dry before applying.

2.  Peel away the backing: Gently peel the backing paper off the decal.  Be very careful not to touch the adhesive side of the decal, this can leave fingerprints or marks on your transfer.

3. Carefully position the decal:  Carefully position the sticker on the surface.  Use your fingers or a scraper with a soft edge to carefully smooth out any bubbles or wrinkles that appear. Take your time to work the decal onto the surface starting from the center of the decal and working out to the edges.

4. Apply pressure:  Once the decal has been placed onto the surface use finger tips to apply pressure throughout the design.  This helps ensure a solid bond between the transfer and surface.

5. Remove clear carrier sheet: Gently peel clear transfer (carrier) sheet away from surface.  Work slowly to ensure you don't pull up the decal from the surface.  If the decal does pull up, just push it back down and rub decal to surface with firm pressure before trying to remove again.

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