NuFun Activities Inkjet Printable Iron-On Heat Transfer for Dark Fabrics, 8.5 x 11 inch, (50 Sheets)
- DESIGN. PRINT. IRON AND ENJOY: Share your creativity and print your designs on tshirts, bags, pillows, totes, hats, aprons, fabrics and more
- HIGHEST QUALITY TRANSFERS WITH EXCELLENT WASH DURABILITY:We use patented technology used by both professionals and amateurs.
- COMPATIBLE WITH: Works with all standard inkjet printers. Also works with laserjet printers, cutters and die cutting machines. Works with most irons and heat press machine.
- PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA.
- HEAT TRANSFER SHEETS ARE GREAT FOR: Rainy day activities, Family fun, Churches, Business, State Fairs, Arts & Crafts, Creative, Reunions , Promotional gifts and more.
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The price was right as well, as it ends up being less than $1 per sheet. Seriously, don't waste your time or money on the other "recommended" brands. Just go right to this.
Easy to use
Easy to print on
Adhered nicely (I used a heat press)
Black bleeds - I found with some of my images that had a lot of black, the black bleeds over. I also have Avery paper and it didn’t bleed so I can only determine it’s the paper. I tried multiple settings with the nufun but even on draft it bled the edges. I also had another image that had black that didn’t bleed so I don’t know if that one was printing more of a gray than a black and that’s why it didn’t bleed. Unable to determine the cause I had to go with the Avery paper for my projects involving a lot of black.
I haven’t washed the shirts yet to know how they will hold up in the wash but will maybe remember to update this review when I do!
I would definitely continue to use the nufun on items that don’t matter as much if they were exactly precise on the edges or if it didn’t involved much if any black printing. As it is a good value for the money.
In the side by side photo you can see the Avery on the left with very precise printing and the nufun on the right with the bleeding particularly around where the bow meets the black but also the entire edge - the edge isn’t as big of deal because I can cut that off but the part in the center is the image cannot be fixed that way. The nufun also didn’t pop as much upon printing but I feel like it still looked pretty decent once it was ironed on.
The Maui photo is another example of the bleeding.
The 2019 photo shows when the black didn’t bleed over. I truly do not know what makes the difference which is why I would likely continue to use the nufun for some projects.
Original post: I printed with my ink jet, on high quality. The image was vibrant and wonderful. I was skeptical with the previous reviews with durability and fading. I pressed at 320 for 30 seconds and then stuck it in the washer and washed on hot water and dried at highest heat (worst of the worst a customer can do) and it came out just fine!! I am just going to assume the peeling from others is due to not enough pressure from other customers using an iron. I am going to wash it over and over at least 10 times to make sure it holds up, but if I dont update, assume its still great! Picture is after 1st wash.
The words are vinyl, the pics are the transfer paper.
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not this product. The colors are vibrant. It stretches, and looks great. Will buy again.