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 IMAGE CLIP Laser Light Heat Transfer Paper for light colored fabrics is self-weeding and leaves no background image or "ghosting" effect on your garments. This paper eliminates the need to cut around your images with a pair of scissors or a cutter plotter machine.
Tips and Tricks for the Best Result:
- Transfer paper is intended for use cotton, cotton blend fabrics, and synthetic fabrics.
- Compatible only with OKI pro8432WT & OKI 711WT laser printers.
- Apply to light color fabrics only.
- Print using mirror image setting.
- 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 light fabrics
- Requires a white toner laser printer
- Print in reverse
- Suggested Temperature & Time: 400°F for 20-30 seconds
- Medium pressure
- Cold peel.
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Neenah IMAGE CLIP LASER LIGHT Care & Instructions
Temperature: 375°F (190°C)
Time: 30 sec.
Wash Temp: 105°F (40°C)
Shirt Colors: White and Light Colored Garments
- 100% Cotton
- 100% Polyester
- 50/50 cotton/poly (Some polyester garments may experience dye migration, prior testing should be conducted)
- Print the image in reversed/mirrored format onto the ‘Imaging Sheet’ (Red backer paper).
- Begin by printing on standard paper setting. If toner does not fuse, increase the paper weight.
Prepare the substrate by ensuring the surface is clean, dry and wrinkle free.
- Place a foam pad on the heat press.
- Press the printed imaged sheet to the ‘Transfer Sheet’ (Green backer paper) and heat press for 20 seconds @ 210°F using heavy pressure. (If not using a foam pad, use light pressure).
- Separate papers while still hot in a smooth even motion.
- Remove the foam pad from heat press and place the substrate onto the heat press.
- Press the imaging sheet face down onto the shirt or substrate.
- Press 30 seconds @ 375°F using heavy pressure.
- Peel the backer paper off while still hot in a smooth even motion.
- For best “hand”, stretch the garment while hot.
This was used for T-Shirts for a benefit bike run. I actually had 2 different brands of transfer paper. The Paropy Transfer Paper was by far the best. The colors were more vivid, the paper was a little thicker which made it easier to work with, and the end result was amazing. I'm definitely using this exact brand again
Works really well for our custom needs.
I purchased this paper to use in my HP Laser Jet Pro 200 color M251NW
After having an issue with the image NOT transferring to the 100% cotton shirt I started googling Paropy Transfer problems..........I was quite upset to find that this paper is for use with all laser printers EXCEPT HP and Brother!! WTF??? So I wasted 36.95 On a product that is not for use with a selected group of printers. No mention of this on this page, the page I purchased the product from. DO NOT Purchase if you own an HP or Brother Laser printer.
Interestingly enough the 6:15 video shows a BROTHER Laser printer.
I brought the wrong transfer paper so how do I return it for the right type I need inkjet transfer paper instead
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