Print: Mirror
Temperature: 375-385°F (190°C)
Time: 15-20 sec.
Pressure: Heavy
Peel: Warm, wait 5-7 secs, slow peel
Wash Temp: 105°F (40°C)
Shirt Colors: White or Light Colored Fabrics

*We do not recommend using a Teflon or non-stick sheet when pressing this material* 

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

     

    Loading and Exit Tray

    Paropy Laser Light Pro should be printed using the by-pass tray. If your printer has a rear exit door that will allow the paper to exit straight out the back we suggest you test the paper using this configuration.

    Paper Mode

    For the fuser to properly fuse the toner to the paper we suggest using Heavy Paper or Label Mode. You may need to test 2 or 3 different settings to find the best setting for your printer. To check for good toner adhesion, run your finger across the printed image. If any toner transfers to your finger you should set your paper mode setting on your print driver to a heavier setting.

    Pre-Press Shirt

    To remove moisture and bring the shirt to the correct pressing temperature it is critical that the shirt is pre-pressed prior to applying the transfer.

    Trimming

    Recommended to Trim roughly (about 0.5 inches) around your graphic to reduce polymer background and paper lines. This will also prevent your graphic from having the undesirable rectangle effect.

    Pressure

    Paropy Laser Light Pro, as with all transfer papers for light shirts, requires Maximum pressure. Using maximum pressure will ensure the transfer paper will peel correctly and increase the wash-ability of the design.

    Care Instructions

    Wait 24 hours before washing. Machine wash using mild detergent. Do not use bleach or other aggressive cleaning agents. Cannot be dry cleaned. Wash Temperature cannot exceed 105°F

    Storage

    Paropy Laser Light Pro has an indefinite shelf life when stored at room temperature. Keep away from direct heat, sunlight and humidity.