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  • How to use our dark cotton heat transfer paper

    How to use our dark cotton heat transfer paper

    To use our dark cotton heat transfer paper should be as easy as 123, but if you don't use it in the right way and your settings are not correct the end result could be disastrous.

    Firstly, ensure that you buy quality dark cotton heat transfer paper from us.

    Use standard inkjet printer ink to print onto the dark cotton heat transfer paper.  NB! Do not print with sublimation ink onto the dark cotton heat transfer paper as the image will not come out vibrant and the image will smudge and fade over time.

    Adjust the pressure of your press to strong and cut out the dark cotton image around the print to your desired outline.  Use heat resistant transfer paper to lift the print from the backing paper or just remove the backing paper by hand.

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  • How to Sublimate on coated rubber mouse pad blanks

    How to Sublimate on coated rubber mouse pad blanks

    To dye sublimate on mousepads should be as easy as 123, but if your settings are not correct the end result could be disastrous.

    Firstly, ensure that you buy quality coated rubber mouse pad blanks from us.

    Adjust the pressure of your press to strong and fully enclose the mouse pad with your print.  If the print size is not larger than your mouse pad, you will end up with a white border around your mouse pad.

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  • How to Sublimate on coated Mug blanks

    How to Sublimate on coated Mug blanks

    Dye sublimation onto rigid surfaces, especially mugs, can be quite difficult if you don't know all the ins and outs.

    Luckily for you, West Rand Sublimation Supplies boasts with years of experience in the sublimation printing industry.

    Firstly, ensure that you buy a quality coated Mug blanks from us.

    Adjust the pressure of your press to medium and fully enclose the outside of the cup and set the temperature to 177 degrees celsius and the timer to 240 seconds.

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  • How to Sublimate on coated MDF Wood

    How to Sublimate on coated MDF Wood

    Dye sublimation onto rigid surfaces, especially MDF wood blanks, can be quite difficult if you don't know all the ins and outs.

    Luckily for you, West Rand Sublimation Supplies boasts with years of experience in the sublimation printing industry.

    Not only do we supply you with quality sublimation products and blanks, we also love to share our passion for sublimation through sharing of our valuable knowledge about the "How to" of the industry.

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