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Techni-Print EZP Laser Heat Transfer Paper 8.5"x11" 25
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Techniprint ezp - laser heat transfer paper Sold and Packaged by World-Paper TECHNI-PRINT® EZP Heat Transfer Paper produces soft, supple yet vibrant and wash-durable laser printed transfers to white and light colored cotton, cotton/poly blends and 100% poly fabrics. The product can be used to apply photographs or other designs and can be trimmed to reduce the transfer of the polymer background. The product runs through a vast array of fuser oil and oil-less laser printers and copiers and is approved by OKI for use with their printers. This product is also INDIGO Certified for the 7000-1000 series of printers. The product is to be applied only with a commercial press. This product is Oeko-Tex, Standard 100 approved.
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These transfers did exactly what I needed them to do. I would suggest to test one out on a shirt that doesn't matter (100% cotton seemed to work best in my situation) first, so you can get the technique down. Otherwise, this was pretty simple to use with a laser printer and an domestic-type iron. The colors came out nicely and I would totally use it again!
The first sheet I printed out on my Bother printed looked decent (good enough for a prototype). However, after that one print, they all smeared terribly (see photo).
I did test the one that came out okay, and washed it a few times, and it seems durable enough (printed on non-stretchy cotton).
So the product seems fine, as long as you have the right equipment. That important description detail should go up front.
Eventually, I'll take it to my local print shop and see if they can print on it.
UPDATE: I tried it again, in Brother printer, just in black, and it came out pretty nice. So that's a use for it. Glad I didn't throw it away. Does leave a whitish film in the unprinted area, so trim as close as you can to the image before ironing on.