Quick Tip October 3rd, 2014 by Aaron Montgomery

Inkjet or Laser Transfer Paper – Take the still warm shirt and give it a good stretch. It breaks up the polymers and helps with wash-ability and hand.

Quick Tip September 26th, 2014 by Terry Combs

Curing screen printing inkTemperature Strips to test for proper cure.

Quick Tip September 12th, 2014 by Aaron Montgomery

Transferring Sublimation – Use parchment paper or craft paper with sublimation instead of Teflon as you need to pull the moisture away from the transfer and Teflon will lock the moisture in and could cause fuzzy discolored edges on your sublimation item.

Quick Tip August 29th, 2014 by Terry Combs

Curing DTG Inks – Use silicone paper compared with Teflon sheets in DTG curing to get better wash fastness and less of a gloss.