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HP Iron-On Transfers, 8.5 x 11 Inch, 12 Pack

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  • Original HP supplies.
  • The science behind brilliant print.
  • HP papers are matched with HP printers and print cartridges to bring exceptional quality to all your printing creations
  • Pack of 12 sheets
  • Dimension: 8.5 x 11-inch
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameHP
Item Weight7.7 ounces
Product Dimensions1.2 x 9.8 x 13 inches
Item model numberC6049A
ColorWhite
Number of Items1
Size8.5" x 11"
Sheet Size8 1/2 in x 11 in
Brightness Rating91 lm
Manufacturer Part NumberC6049A
  
Additional Information
ASINB00000J3LY
Best Sellers Rank #5,547 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 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

Original HP supplies. The science behind brilliant print. HP papers are matched with HP printers and print cartridges to bring exceptional quality to all your printing creations; photos, brochures, flyers, presentations, reports and more. Iron-on transfers for white and light color fabrics Form Type: T-shirt Transfers; Global Product Type: Specialty Paper; Full Sheet Size (W x H): N/A; Paper Type: Iron-On Transfer.

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HP's iron-on, cool-peel inkjet transfers make it easy and fun to design t-shirts, mouse pads, caps and other customized items for your business, family, sports team or organization. These transfers work best on white fabrics and work fine on light-colored fabric.

Features

  • Easy -- just iron on, let cool, then peel off the paper backing
  • Bright, bold colors stand up to washing
  • Visit www.hp.com for free, easy-to-make projects and ideas
  • Great for t-shirts, mouse pads, caps, bags, jackets and aprons -- just about anything you can iron.

Specifications

  • Quantity: 12 transfer sheets
  • Paper Size: 8.5 x 11 inches
  • Compatibility: works great with inkjet printers (not for use with laser printers, HP Deskjet 1200c or 1600c printers)

Select The Best Paper For Any Job

Whether for professional, creative, or everyday use, HP helps take the guesswork out of finding the perfect inkjet or LaserJet paper for any project.

Best Paper for Any Job

Why HP Paper Is Important

Not all papers are created equal. Designed with each element of the HP printing process in mind, HP papers, toners, and inks are specially engineered to work together to deliver quality, reliable printing, as well as fade resistance, bolder blacks and more vibrant colors.

Because HP papers are specifically formulated to work with HP printers, it's important to select the right HP paper for every job to ensure a crisp, clean finished product.

Key HP Paper Features

Check the label on HP paper packaging to find this key information:

Finish

Consider the look you want to achieve, and choose a finish that fits your needs:

  • Glossy: For color images that really pop, try printing on a paper with a glossy finish.
  • Matte: If printing a document with text, such as a term paper or resume, a matte finish can make your text easier to read.
  • Satin: A satin finish will give your photos a smooth, professional touch.
Brightness

The brightness of your paper refers to the amount of light reflected from the surface of the paper, and is typically measured on a scale from 1 to 100. Print on brighter paper, such as HP Bright White Inkjet Paper, for higher contrast, crisper text, and a clean background for more vivid images.

Weight

Thickness (measured in millimeters) and weight (measured in pounds), refer to the sturdiness and crease-resistance of your paper. HP paper comes in a variety of different weights.

You may try using a heavier paper for artwork or pieces that will be frequently handled, like cards or brochures. Heavier paper can also help formal, more substantial printed pieces, such as resumes and invitations, stand out from the crowd.

Choose the right size
Size

HP offers many kinds of paper in a variety of sizes, from standard 8.5" x 11" paper, to 4" x 6" and 5" x 7" photo paper, to specialty sizes such as wide format and legal paper.

Not all printers can handle all kinds of paper, so before stocking up, check your printer manual for paper size and weight capabilities.

Choose Paper Suited To Specific Tasks

Whether printing driving directions, invoices, snapshots for the fridge, or formal wedding invitations, HP has the paper you need to get the job done.

Multipurpose Printing

For basic home and office printing, a simple, multipurpose paper is your best bet. Many HP multipurpose papers now feature ColorLok technology for more vibrant colors, bolder blacks, and fewer smears. Engineered with special additives that chemically react with inkjet inks, ColorLok paper absorbs ink deeper into the paper while holding the pigment closer to the surface, delivering impeccable print quality every time.

Multipurpose Printing
  • HP Multipurpose Paper for Injet Printers
    • Bright finish and smooth surface for sharp, professional-looking results.
    • ColorLok technology
    • Usage Ideas: General office documents including copies and faxes

  • HP Bright White Inkjet Paper
    • Bright, blue-white finish for sharper contrast and more vibrant color
    • ColorLok technology
    • Usage Ideas: Proposals, presentations and newsletters

  • HP LaserJet Paper
    • Bright finish
    • Thicker than standard paper
    • High opacity prevents show-through
    • Usage Ideas: General office documents, especially documents that combine text with spot colors.

Photo Printing

When you print on HP photo paper, you get professional, lab-quality photo prints every time. Whether sharing snapshots of a recent gathering with friends, displaying artistic photos in your home, or reprinting a treasured photo heirloom, HP has the photo paper you need for crisp, high-quality photo prints that last.

Photo Printing
  • HP Advanced Photo Paper for InkJet printers
    • Thick and durable
    • Dries instantly to resist smudging
    • Variety of finishes available
    • Usage Ideas: Snapshots, photo projects, photos for displaying on your refrigerator or sharing with guests

  • HP Premium Plus Photo Paper for InkJet printers
    • HP's best photo paper
    • Smudge and stick-resistant textured coating
    • Superior fade resistance delivers photos that last for generations
    • Usage Ideas: Important event photos, photo gifts, albums, scrapbooks and framed photos

  • HP Color Laser Photo Paper for LaserJet printers
    • Coated for photo printing on both sides
    • Glossy stock specially formulated for laser printing
    • Usage Ideas: Business photos, marketing materials, postcards and snapshots

Color Business Printing


Use HP Brochure and Flyer Paper for colorful, high-quality marketing materials.

Whether conducting a company-wide presentation, submitting a winning proposal, or promoting your business to potential customers and clients, printing your message on the right paper can make all the difference. For business documents that really pop, consider printing on one of the following HP papers, specifically designed for color business printing:

  • HP Brochure and Flyer Paper for InkJet printers
    • Heavyweight paper resists general wear and tear
    • Matte finish for sharp print quality
    • Coated for printing on both sides
    • Usage Ideas: Brochures, flyers and paper craft projects

  • HP Premium Presentation Paper for InkJet printers
    • Professional-weight paper adds a level of sophistication
    • Bright white matte finish for vibrant colors and sharper text
    • Coated for printing on both sides
    • Usage Ideas: Professional presentations, newsletters, proposals and resumes

  • HP Color Laser Presentation Paper for LaserJet printers
    • Heavyweight, gloss-coated stock helps your document stand out from the crowd
    • Optimized for laser printing
    • Usage Ideas: Professional presentations, newsletters, proposals and resumes

  • HP Color Laser Brochure Paper
    • High-impact, glossy finish for a more professional look and feel
    • Coated with slip agents to prevent paper jams
    • Consistent color, clarity and finish
    • Usage Ideas: Brochures, flyers and paper craft projects

Special Media Printing
Special Media Printing

HP has the media you need for just about any creative printing endeavor. Create customized scrapbook pages, formal invitations, or gallery-quality artistic prints. Embellish a T-shirt with a professional logo, cool graphic, or silly photo. Print transparencies right at your home or office. With HP special media, the opportunities are endless.

  • HP Iron-on Transfers for Inkjet printers
    • Easy to print, iron on, and peel off
    • Bold colors stand up to washings
    • Usage Ideas: T-shirts, bags, caps and other customized items for your business, family, sports team or organization

  • HP LaserJet Tough Paper for LaserJet printers
    • Premium satin finish coated for printing on both sides
    • Robust and waterproof for extra durable documents
    • Retains color and clarity when exposed to weather and other conditions
    • Usage Ideas: Signs, maps, manuals, report covers, blueprints, business cards and catalogs

Customer Reviews

Great transfers and easy to work with.
Michael Springer
If the iron isn't hot or you don't press hard enough, the transfer will not fuse properly and just peel off.
G. Wright
I followed the instructions and experienced no problems.
A. brumm

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

280 of 284 people found the following review helpful By Roberto Ponticelli on October 9, 2002
Well, I have used this product with more than 100 t-shirt and I have no complains. After my 3 first big trials... a really mess... It is easy to transfer (once you get used with the process), it is a fast process, and the image stay for a long time on the fabric. Of course, the transfer will not last forever, but after 100+ washing cycles, all of my t-shirt still are in PERFECT condition. I use soft soap, and a soft washing machine cycle. The most important words here, are: VERY high temp iron (mine is one with 1400 watts), very VERY high pressure when ironing (I sweat a lot in this process) and the fabric must be as flat and firm as possible (porous fabrics are not the best, as well as stretching ones like cotton-lycra are not a good option because when stretching, the image breaks).
One last note: it is for white fabric. If you try it over other color, the image's colors will be different from intended. If the fabic is dark colored, you will not see anything after trasferring. This is because the WHITE color of the image after ironing comes from the fabric, so if within the image are white and shiny teeth, and the fabric is dark, the teeth will be black, as well as all the other light colors of the images.
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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Peach on June 15, 2004
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I have tried both the HP paper and the Office Depot paper, and the HP paper sure has better quality.
Both of them were done with the same steps, and it ends up that Office Depot one started to come off after 1st or 2nd wash, while the HP one is still on there without a scratch.
Also, HP paper fits more to the fabric, which it will be harder to see it was an "iron-on", but the Office Depot one was very obvious.
I will give two thumbs up for the HP paper!
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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By M Elizabeth Hoffman on February 18, 2004
I did a little more than the directions outline. I took longer with the ironing. I took 5 minutes to iron the items on. I pushed down hard when I did the ironing. My black and white iron on washed well. I washed the item inside out in the cold water. Dried it on gentle cycle and it came out fine. I just don't know how it will turn out after several washings. Let the printing completely dry before ironing it on. Take your time on ironing them. Take your time letting the iron on cool before peeling the paper off. It should work.
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122 of 135 people found the following review helpful By dhrachth on January 31, 2004
They're easy to use & they look great right up until you wash them the first time. Light t-shirt transfers crack & peel something awful, I've never known one to last more than one wearing.
If you're going to make a t-shirt, get the kind that says DARK t-shirt transfers. I've got a closet full of Office Depot & Avery brand Dark t-shirt transfers (many transfered onto white shirts) that look great and I wear them every weekend. It costs a little more, but they actually work, making it well worth the money.
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By G. Wright on May 4, 2009
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These transfers are superb. All you need is an inkjet printer, a bit of time, a T-shirt, a hot iron and a hard surface to iron on (not your ironing board) and you are set.

There are a few things to watch out for, but the results are fantastic. I used white T-shirts to print a photo transfer onto. It may seem obvious in hindsight, but the quality of the print is more down to what you print and the quality of the printer you use. The transfer will transfer anything you print onto it.

The documentation says to print whatever you want in reverse, which makes sense as ironing it onto the T-shirt will reverse whatever is printed. Having dutifully reversed the print and tested the print on blank paper I was ready for my first Transfer - be warned though - I used a Canon Pixma printer which has a very clever Paper Type option of "Iron on Transfers" and which reverses the print for you, so my image was changed back so I wasted a T-shirt! If your printer has a paper type of Iron on Transfer, you might want to do a test print on this setting using plain paper to see if it reverses it for you.

When you iron, you need the iron really hot and to press hard to fuse the transfer onto the T-shirt. If the iron isn't hot or you don't press hard enough, the transfer will not fuse properly and just peel off.

Unless your ironing board is solid, don't use it. Most boards use a mesh to allow steam to blow through and if you use an ironing board the transfer will only fuse where the pattern is solid. I used a block of wood with a cloth over it, then with some paper over the top of the Transfer so that the T-shirt wouldn't scorch as I ironed it. You'll need to iron it for a few minutes for the transfer to fuse properly.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 24, 2001
I tried the iron-on transfer paper in my HP Deskjet 970 printer. I ironed my design onto a 50/50 cotton T-shirt. It says you can machine wash these iron-ons, but when I did so, the iron-on design fell to pieces in my washing machine. It was a major mess to clean up my machine...And yes, I did wash it in cold water as instructed...
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 28, 2002
Easy to use and iron on. Looks great!! But that is before you wash it. If you intend to use more than once, forget it. We followed directions perfectly and the shirt was still ruined.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Jordan Johnson on July 25, 2007
This product is for white shirts only. There is other options for dark or colored shirts. We used this for a bright orange shirt and using black ink only (as dark as we could get it) it turned out okay. We also tried a color image on a white shirt and we were very impressed. It looked very good. The better your printer, the better your images will be. You will also want to cut away any extra paper from your actual image for best results.

One other thing to note - We put cardboard between the sides of our shirt. It worked well, but you need to make sure it is a completely flat piece with no crease or holes in it. It makes a huge difference. We ended up with a small bubble where we didn't get the image to stick to the shirt well and it didn't make it though the first washing. The rest of the image held up very well though through two washings so far.

In general, this is a great product if you have a great color INK JET printer. Don't even try a laser with this set of sheets. Great for do it yourself shirts, but you might want to practice with it a few times to get it just right!
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