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Grafix Clear Rub-Onz Inkjet Laser Film, 8-1/2-Inch by 11-Inch, 4-Pack
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- Permanent adhesive, acid free and archival
- Includes equal sheets of rub-onz film and adhesive film and complete instructions
- Sheets are 8-1/2-inch by 11-inch
- Comes in pack of 4, 10, or 25 sheet packs
- Made in the usa
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Top Customer Reviews
Our company purchases literally thousands of items on Amazon. After a while, you begin to realize that
some products appear to have glowing reviews that are very similar to each other, and then a few reviews
that stand in stark contrast to the others. Almost as if the over-the-top favorable reviews were rigged.
I'm not saying that is what is necessarily going on here, but after trying this product for some of the very
same things as the great reviews, this item doesn't work AT ALL! And yes, I followed the directions to the letter.
Ink jet ink tends to pool and blotch, even if you let it dry completely. Then once dry, you have to cut out an adhesive
sticky page and apply it to your project page, cut it out, peel of the cover cover sheet, etc. THIS IS NOT A DRY TRANSFER
PRODUCT as the name implies. It is really nothing more than an elaborate process for creating a clear inkjet label.
I wouldn't buy again, ever.
Rub-onz worked almost flawlessly. It's a slightly more complicated process than the iron-on papers, but I was able to transfer my inkjet printouts to an unfinished oak panel and the results look perfect. The only tricky part is the last step of actually transferring the image to the wood - sometimes it doesn't want to stick. But I found that if you start peeling the backing from a corner, once you get it started, it will transfer. If when you peel the backing off and the image sticks to the backing, just put it back down - apply more pressure and try starting from another corner. Eventually, one of them will stick.
So, I should probably give this only 1 star, but perhaps it works better for other purposes, and, as said, the print quality on the film itself is quite good.
I was making glass ornaments and I was satisfied with the final product that was produced. I did get better as I did more of the transfers. When I totally bungled a transfer, I was able to use a razor blade to scrape it off and then remove the remaining residue with a towel. Then just tried again.
This product is a bit finicky and takes some getting used to getting it done correctly. And sometimes, you do everything right and the product doesn't transfer well. It is finicky. Below are my thoughts and tips:
1) use draft quality when printing. (also affects multiple image printing)
First, I read one review that said to use draft quality when printing. I did not. I used better quality printing setting on the printer and it worked fine. However, after printing multiple images, I started to get ink build up in the printer and it started smearing on the transfer paper. I switched to draft quality and to my surprise, the image printed fine. It was hard to tell the difference between the higher quality print and the draft quality.
Also, to get the most use out of the paper, I printed several images across the top or bottom of the paper and then cut off that entire section. This kept the paper with a clean edge for feeding through the printer. When using draft mode, the images that were already printed, were fine when printing a second or third image on the transfer paper. When using higher quality print mode, the prior images got scuffed up as the next image was printed.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I do not recommend this product. The layers that have to be peeled away at various stages of the process do not work very well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by That_Tall_Girl
Ordered to use for pumpkin carving and it worked GREAT!
Only negative thing to say was that directions did not say what side to print on, but I figured it out. Read more
Did not work at all. After trying to figure out the confusing directions, we printed the transfer, cut it out, and rubbed it in a wooden tray. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Pamela Brucker
O.K. ....First off this product really is neat...but...the instructions are very clear...and when transfering image the adhesive doesn't always transfer image.......Published 4 months ago by Phelm
Little more labor intensive than I expected but results are superb.Published 4 months ago by P Pope
This works to make a stencil that you'll then need to trace over with another marker or paint... it WILL NOT get dark enough to transfer an opaque image on its own. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jenna
I love these. They are the greatest. I couldn't find what I was looking for so this helped me make my own rub-onz. They turned out beautifly. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Von
While the description says you can use an inkjet printer to create your designs, IT DOESN'T WORK. The ink pools and smears almost immediately after printing, making the design... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Cristina S.