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Epson Iron-on Cool Peel Transfer (8.5x11 Inches, 10 Sheets) (S041153)

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  • Customize fabric with favorite photos and color graphics
  • Ideal for personalizeing t-shirts, canvas bags, etc.
  • Transfer peels off easily after cooling
  • Iron on with a regular household iron
  • 8.5 x 11, 10 Sheets
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameEpson
Item Weight7.2 ounces
Product Dimensions11.4 x 9 x 0.3 inches
Item model numberS041153
ColorWhite
Number of Items1
SizeLetter Size
Sheet Size8.5-x-11-inch
Paper FinishSpecially Coated
Manufacturer Part NumberS041153
  
Additional Information
ASINB00004TS2H
Best Sellers Rank #1,097 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 17, 2003
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Epson Iron-on Cool Peel Transfers let you decorate fabric with photos in minutes. They are ideal for customized T-shirts, placemats, tote bags and more. The transfer peels off easily after it cools and can be applied with a regular household iron. Image retains original color, wash after wash.

From the Manufacturer

Epson Iron-on Cool Transfer Paper makes it possible to create custom T-shirts, bags and more. The process is easy. Simply print an image onto the transfer paper using an InkJet printer then iron onto fabric. When the fabric and iron-on image have cooled, the backing can peeled away to reveal a bright, colorful image.

Customer Reviews

It works, is easy to use.
Alexandra Martínez
I have washed the same shirt 30+ times already and the image looks just as good as when I first made the t-shirt.
Stephanie Mckeon
Followed the directions exactly.
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231 of 235 people found the following review helpful By Victor I. Poon on May 25, 2003
I've only tried a few different brands of Iron-On Transfer paper, (so far Avery, HP and Epson) and I can say that this one works rather well. The ability to peel the transfer paper backing off the shirt when it's cool works better than another brand of paper in which you have to peel the backing when it's still warm.
I see two drawbacks and both are minor but significant:
1) The backing of the paper is blank/white just like the front and it's almost impossible to tell which side is the one that you want to print on. One corner of the paper is cut off to tell you the orientation and Epson only has directions for their printer. Basically, if your printer feeds from the bottom, you orient it one way, but... if your printer feeds from the top, it's a different ball game. They tell you this on their website. Other brands of transfer paper have faded words on their paper to tell you which is the back.
2) Epson only provides the clear/white paper. If you try this on any dark colored shirt, you will see the iron-on transfer clearly and it doesn't look good. They mention it in one sentence in the instructions.
That's my 2 cents,
Victor
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201 of 209 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie Mckeon on July 28, 2001
I make dozens of t-shirts and tested 4 other brands like Invent-it, Zerox, etc... and by far the Epson brand work the best. I have washed the same shirt 30+ times already and the image looks just as good as when I first made the t-shirt.
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100 of 109 people found the following review helpful By YBANAG on August 2, 2006
Step.3 ...insert transfer paper with the blank side (printable surface) loaded correctly.

Both sides are blank. I found out the hard way and melted the film on the iron which is now useless.

TIP: glossy side is the printable side
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Jean1960 on August 14, 2012
We have been using these for many years and the kids (and adults!) have a great time doing their own tshirts. I think the transfer colors are amazing. They have held up to repeated washings and whatever the kids can throw at them. Very little problems sticking to the iron, any ironing problems were something I did wrong myself.

Keep in mind that these are are designed to work with Epson printers. Companies design their papers for the type of ink used in the specific printers. You will get the best results by using the paper specifically designed for your printer. Problems can occur if you use a different brand of paper in your printer.

I use MS Word WordArt to design words, letters and add clip art because it is quick and easy. I especially like the wordart preset colors like rainbow, fire, sunset, ocean, etc. ( Format Wordart > Color > Fill Effects > Preset.) Some color presets make the letters look metallic, like chrome, silver, or gold. I add clip art, downloaded pictures or photos right into the document. It's easy to resize or move around. There are sharks, dinosaurs and trucks for boys. There are peace signs, hearts, butterflies for girls.

When printing, remember to print as a Mirror image. (Epson printer : Print > Properties > Page Layout > Mirror.) Do a test page first on regular paper. Also, do not select a special paper type in the printer properties - just use the regular paper type settings. If you select a thick paper type, the printer will put too much ink on the transfer and it will not look good.

A hint for knowing what side of the paper to print on:
Each sheet has one corner that is clipped off a little. On the iron-on transfer paper instructions, "Printing the Image" Step #4 shows a picture of how to load the paper.
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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Ken M. Suzuki on September 22, 2010
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I agree with other reviewers who were confused at which side should be printed on. If you hold it up to the light, one side has wide, glossy, diagonal stripes going across the surface. This is the side that should be printed on. You should also understand how to load paper into your printer to print on the desired side. If you don't have a helpful indicator symbol on the printer itself, draw an arrow on one side of a normal piece of paper and print something.

Also, the fact that you have to print a mirror image may be a stumbling block to some people. The instructions assume that you have an Epson printer that offers this option in the print dialog, but some printers (like my HP inkjet) don't offer mirror image printing as an option, so you would have to do this in a photo editor (e.g. Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro, etc). This is a simple procedure in most image editing software but it's an extra step that might be a stumbling block to some people. If you don't have any text in your image, you might not care about printing a mirror image.

In addition, once your print out your design, I recommend taking some scissors and cutting away the empty whitespace around your design as closely as possible. It will just reduce the surface area of the shirt that will have the iron-on adhesive on it.

The above things aside, I was pleased with the result. I just used my hardwood floors as a surface and followed the ironing directions closely and got a good result. The adhesive from the sheet makes the iron-on area a little stiffer than the rest of the shirt and very slightly yellow if you look closely, but you can limit this by using scissors as mentioned above.

I haven't washed the shirt yet so I can't speak to durability.
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