Chemica HotMark Glossy Heat Transfer Vinyl - 14.75 in x 11 ft - White

ET-GLOSS-1511-901

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Chemica HotMark Glossy Heat Transfer Vinyl - 14.75 in x 11 ft - White
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$37.75


Product Details: Chemica HotMark Glossy Heat Transfer Vinyl - 14.75 in x 11 ft - White

Overview
  • Shiny polyurethane film
  • Backside Ironing
  • Cotton, polyester, acrylic and similar fibers
  • 5.5 mil
  • Actual material size: 14.75 inch width
  • Cut with a 45 degree blade
  • Peel cold

Heat pressing: 360 degrees F for 15-20 seconds.

Application Directions: Reverse cut with a 45 degree blade. Weed excess material. Heat press the image on the garment with its polyester carrier protected by a silicone paper at 360 degrees F - 5 seconds. Heat press again at 260 F degrees - 20 seconds - medium pressure. Peel cold.

Wash Instructions: Don't exceed water temperatures of 180 degrees F. Wash inside out.

Note: Due to variety if textiles and their treatments, conduct a print trial before each use. For best results always apply layers of like products. Example: Glossy onto Glossy.

Customer Reviews
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3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 I'm not a fan of glossy.

I've used hotmark 70 matte many times and love it but this hotmark 70 glossy is way to thick for me. I'm cutting with alot of downforce and it either barely cuts through or cuts way too much. I've only used hotmark 70 matte not the glossy before.
john mcmillian (marshfield, MO) 12/23/2014


5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 If it is hard to peel, then do this...

If it is hard to peel just make sure to put the setting on a higher cutting force on the plotter. I use same setting for all my shirts.... 395 degrees, hard press down force, and leave on for 20 - 24 sec. Let it cool and peel backing. Then I reapply to press with Teflon tape on top and press again for 6 sec. Works great for me.
Myra Counts (Elora, TN) 10/6/2014


5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 HOTMARK 70 is #1

This is my number one choice in Heat transfer vinyl. I put my press on 335 for 20 sec with high pressure the first time, then I pull plastic backing cover off. Then apply teflon sheet and press again for 10 seconds at a high pressure. I still have shirts that I pressed 4 years ago that still look as good. Vinyl looks better than the shirt after years...Highly recommend
zayzcustomdecalandsigns (CUMBERLAND, KY) 9/24/2013


3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 Would have helped to know correct down force.

It would have helped to know how much downforce is required to cut this material. I had my cutter set at 180gf, which works great on Thermoflex material. But I barely cut through this material. I spent over an hour trying to weed a design. On the other hand...I have found that this material is very pliable and stretchy.
Jason Emmette (Greeneville, TN) 12/1/2011


3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 Hard to Find Right Settings?

I am having trouble pressing. Using 300F @ 20 seconds w/ teflon sheet. Top half seems like it doesnt want to stick, repressed looks a bit wrinklish. Am i doing something wrong with this or what?

EDITOR: Hello Fidel! Try increasing the pressure on your heat press. HotMark requires more pressure for the adhesive to set. Please click here for more information about this.
FIDEL MARTINEZ (SAN PABLO, CA) 10/22/2011