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Neenah Jet Opaque DARK - 11" x 17" - 50 Sheets

Item# NE-JO-1117
OUR PRICE: $93.95
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Neenah Paper has been an industry leader in the creation, development, and improvement of heat transfer products since their first patent was granted in 1980.


The Jet-Pro Jet Opaque DARK Heat Transfer Paper for dark colored fabrics is easy to use and can be die-cut or kiss-cut and moved with tape. This paper works great with cotton, cotton blends, and synthetic fabrics.


Tips and Tricks for the Best Result:

  • Transfer paper is intended for use cotton, cotton blend fabrics, and synthetic fabrics.

  • Print with ink jet printer only.

  • Apply to dark color fabrics only.

  • Print right reading.

  • Set printer quality to normal to photo image. quality. Over saturating the ink will cause ink bleed during launder.

  • Stretch the transfer immediately after application to increase softness and durability.

  • Do not wash the heat pressed item for 24 hours after application.

  • Do not dry clean.

  • Keep transfer paper in moisture resistant protective sleeve when not in use.



  • For use with dark fabrics

  • Requires an Inkjet printer

  • Print right reading

  • Suggested Temperature & Time: 350°F for 10-15 seconds

  • Heavy pressure

  • Cold peel.

Download the instruction sheet.

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Print: Right Reading

Temperature: 350°F (175°C)
Time: 30 sec.
Pressure: Medium - Heavy
Peel: Cold
Wash Temp: 105°F (40°C)
Shirt Colors: White to light, and Dark Colored Garments

Light or Dark Colored Fabrics

  • 100% Cotton
  • 100% Polyester
  • 50/50 cotton/poly
(Some polyester garments may experience dye migration, prior testing should be conducted)



1. Print image right reading on the coated side of the paper.

2. Trim away the unprinted areas of the transfer.

3. Peel the paper backing from the transfer film.



1. Prepare the substrate by ensuring the surface is clean, dry and wrinkle free.



1. Place the Heat Transfer Paper on top of garment with image facing up (right reading to you).

2. Completely cover the image with ironing sheet.

3. Cover ironing sheet with a spare piece of cloth.

4. Press 30 seconds @ 350°F using medium/heavy pressure.

5. Peel away ironing sheet once cold in a smooth even motion

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Q: Can I use this on 100% cotton as well as 50/50 and 100% poly? If so what is the cover material?

Posted On: 11/25/2018 By: Lonnie

A: You can, those compatible substrates are as follows: 100% Cotton 100% Polyester 50/50 cotton/poly
Q: With this kind of transfer, after printing an image that doesn't take up the whole paper, do you have to cut the access not used or cut image out?

Posted On: 9/28/2016 By: Cathy

A: Correct, with this paper it will will require the design to be trimmed out otherwise there will be a white border around the whole image. This can be done with a pair of scissors or a vinyl cutter with the "Contour Cutting" feature.

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