How do you iron on Jet Pro SS heat transfer paper?

How do you iron on Jet Pro SS heat transfer paper?

Heat Press (required)

  1. Prepare heat press at 350-375 degrees F.
  2. Place heat transfer paper with the image facing down in the desired position on fabric.
  3. Using the above-recommended temperature, apply firm pressure for 20-30 seconds.
  4. Hot peel the transfer immediately after pressing.

Do you peel Jet Pro SS heat transfer paper?

TRANSFERRING INSTRUCTIONS: Press 30 seconds @ 375°F using medium/heavy pressure. 3. Peel the paper while still hot in a smooth even motion. (Paper may be peeled at any temperature, depending on what end ‘feel’ results are preferred).

How do you use Jet Opaque II?


  1. Place the Heat Transfer Paper on top of garment with image facing up (right reading to you).
  2. Completely cover the image with ironing sheet.
  3. Cover ironing sheet with a spare piece of cloth.
  4. Press 30 seconds @ 350°F using medium/heavy pressure.

What setting do you cut heat transfer paper on?

Set the heat press to:

  1. Temperature: 350°F.
  2. Time: 30 seconds.
  3. Pressure: Low/Medium Prepress the garment to remove moisture and wrinkles. Place the design on the garment and heat apply. Immediately peel the TPE Masking Tape.

How do you peel a Jet Pro SS?

Using 2 hands, using heavy pressure slide the iron up and down (vertically) over the entire image for 90 seconds, then repeat going from left to right (horizontally) for 90 seconds. 3. Peel the backing paper off the image immediately after completion of ironing.

Do I have to mirror dark transfer paper?

The design on the back of the Dark Transfers is printed in BLUE. You should print on the other (blank) side of the transfer. Your image does not need to be mirrored. Note: For use in inkjet printers only.

Do you mirror 3G Jet Opaque heat transfer paper?

Do not mirror the image. This is a necessary step for all Inkjet Opaque papers for dark fabrics. Cut along the edge of the design without leaving a margin. Leaving a margin around the image will result in a white border around the image.

What is the difference between jet opaque II and 3G Jet opaque?

The Jet-Opaque II is our most durable transfer paper. This paper does have a heavier hand, but, can be used with a Cotton/Polyester blend. The 3G Jet Opaque has a softer hand and is recommended for 100% cotton garments.

Why is my transfer paper not working?

First things first, the most common reason your HTV may not be sticking to your shirt, sweater or whatever else you’re applying it to may be because you’re not using enough pressure. And pressure is important. Without it, your HTV projects may not be as long lasting as you would like.

Which side of heat transfer vinyl goes up?

1. Place HTV Glossy Side Down and Matte Side Up. The carrier side goes face down on the cutting mat because we need it to stay intact for heat application. So the duller, adhesive side of the material is the side that gets cut.

What is Jet Pro SS used for?

JET-PROSS HEAT TRANSFER PAPER Product #9811P0 Designed for the heat transfer of photos and images using inkjet printers to light colored T-shirts, sweatshirts, mouse pads, coasters, puzzles and leather goods. Works well with cotton, cotton blends and synthetics.

Can you use dark transfer paper on GREY shirts?

Heat transfer papers for “light” fabrics will have a very thin polymer layer and will work on light colored garments only. On the other hand, transfer papers for “dark” fabrics are thicker and have a more opaque white background, and they will work on any color of garment.

Do you mirror dark transfer paper?

This paper cannot be multi-fed. There is NO NEED MIRROR the image. Allow to dry for about 5 minutes before transferring.