Siser ColorPrint Soft Opaque Print and Cut Material

SKU: CPSO200501

Width: 20 inches
Length: 5 Yards
Sale price$49.30

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HeatPressNation is proud to be a Siser Authorized Distributor. As soft as a cloud and almost just as lightweight, ColorPrint™ Soft Opaque, is a decorator's dream! Soft Opaque features a white base that keeps colors true to hue on dark colored garments. If you're searching for an ultra-thin material with a soft hand, that doesn't compromise on color quality no matter what shade you print on then your search is over! The solution is ColorPrint Soft Opaque.

ColorPrint Soft Opaque is approximately 45 microns/1,7 Mils and is a PU composition.

Not compatible with Inkjet or toner based printers/copiers.

10-yard option will be fulfilled as 2, 5-yard rolls.

CPSIA Certified, so it can be used for decorating items intended for children.


Adheres To:
  • 100% Cotton
  • Poly / Cotton Blends
  • 100% Uncoated Polyester
  • Leather
  • Lycra / Spandex

Blade: 45° or 60°
Thickness: 45 Microns/1.7 Mils
Actual Width: 19.66"
Backing: Polyester
Compatible Inks: Eco-Solvent, Solvent, & Latex
Finish: Semi-Gloss or Matte

The HPN MyExpert Support guarantee is our commitment to Life Time Technical Support. No matter where you are in your products life cycle, we will be here to provide support to your product and make sure you are fully covered.

Often imitated, never duplicated; our dedicated team of technicians are capable of providing support to your product at any point of its life. Whether it be during the setup process or even years down the line where troubleshooting may be required, they'll have your back and provide a solution.

Our MyExpert Support will always be there for you so you can purchase with confidence!

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Linet Ndanyi-Winbush

Siser ColorPrint Soft Opaque Print and Cut Material

Nolan Speer

Love it

Stephen Thiel

This allows me to take my vinyl business to the next level!

Cheryl Willard
Decent quality but edges don’t always want to stick to fabric

Using this in my Roland printer with eco-solvent ink. When you print on this it does look a lot less saturated but tends to brighten up once it’s heat pressed under the shirt. The issue I’m running into is that the edges do not want to stay down unless they are heated significantly more than the recommended time.
I’ve made a few pieces and wash them a couple times and they seem OK except that the
Images can wrinkle up kind of easily after being in the dryer (on low).
I don’t have much to compare it to though so I will probably be able to leave a better or edited review once I compare it to the other materials.

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