EnduraTEX Hotmark SIR Heat Transfer Vinyl - 14.75 in x 22 ft - Red
Shipping Weight: 1.90 lbs.
Product Details: EnduraTEX Hotmark SIR Heat Transfer Vinyl - 14.75 in x 22 ft - Red
• Matt white polyurethane flex heat transfer
• Resists color migration Great for dark shirts
• 4.3 mil
• Actual material size: 14.75"" width
• Self-adhesive & transparent polyester
• Prevents color migrating
• Great for dark shirts
• Cut with a 45 degree blade
• Application Directions: Heat press the image on the garment with its polyester carrier protected by a teflon sheet at 300-360 degree F 15-20 seconds medium pressure
• Wash Instructions: 180 degree F inside out, wait 24 hours before the first wash
Note: Due to variety of textiles and their treatments, conduct a print trial before each use.
For best results, always apply layers of like products. (Ex. HotMark SIR on HotMark SIR). Mixing transfer films in layered graphics may result in peeling of layers when washed.
- Customer Reviews
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 (3 Reviews)
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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
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
Hot Mark 70 is the BEST I've found
It is TRUELY easy weed and it withstands the abuse of my clothes drier. I find that the white adheres the best and if I press it again with a teflon sheet (after allowing it to cool & then removing the plastic) it doesn't lift or curl, even after multiple washes.
J Gravel (Escondido, CA) 8/30/2009