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Heat press, screen print transfers, dye sublimation and DTF (Direct-to-Film) are a few popular methods used for decorating apparel. Heat press involves applying heat and pressure to transfer a design onto fabric, resulting in a durable and vibrant finish. Screen print transfers are a popular method used for creating high-quality designs on various surfaces. Once the design is printed on the transfer paper, it can be cut and heat pressed onto the desired surface. This method allows for intricate and detailed designs to be easily reproduced and provides a durable and long-lasting finish. Dye sublimation is a printing method that involves transferring dye onto a substrate using heat. Dye is first printed onto a transfer paper, and then heat is applied to the paper, causing the dye to vaporize and penetrate the surface of the material. This method works best on polyester fabric, the only downfall is, it works best on light colored apparel. Lastly, DTF utilizes specialized printers to directly print designs onto a special film, which is then transferred onto the fabric using heat and pressure. Each method offers unique advantages and can be chosen based on the desired outcome, complexity of the design, and quantity of apparel to be decorated. Whether it's for personal use or a business venture, these decoration techniques allow for endless possibilities in creating custom and eye-catching apparel.

Screen Print Transfer

DTF Transfer