The popular dye-blocking printable HTV is back and better than ever!
Sublithin Soft is a printable HTV designed to block dye migration from sublimated polyester garments, such as sports jerseys.
Standard print and cut material isn’t formulated for use on sublimated jerseys. If you apply a regular printable polyurethane vinyl onto a sublimated garment, you’ll get what’s called “dye migration”. Dye migration is when the sublimation inks bleed through the vinyl, causing your designs to look muddy or splotchy. ColorPrint Sublithin Soft is specially formulated to work with most eco-solvent and solvent-based inks and printers to block this dye migration and keep your graphics looking sharp on any kind of sublimated polyester garment! Great for all polyester motocross, soccer, and hockey jerseys with full sublimation.
Although slightly thicker than its predecessor, Sublithin Soft is less rigid, leading to an
overall softer feel. Sublithin Soft also contains a charcoal-colored backing instead of white. Sublithin Soft is compatible with Solvent, EcoSolvent, and Latex printers. TTD High Tack Mask is recommended for application. Sublithin Soft is CPSIA certified.
Not compatible with Inkjet or toner based printers/copiers.
- Adheres To:
- 100% Cotton
- Poly / Cotton Blends
- 100% Uncoated Polyester
- Blade: 45° or 60°
- Composition: Polyurethane
- Thickness: 160 Microns/6.3 Mils
- Compatible Inks: Eco-Solvent, Solvent, & Latex
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We have been using the original Sublithin for a few years now and it is our favorite material for adding rider name,number and sponsor logos to sublimated polyester Motocross Jerseys. This new version has a black or dark grey back to it. I'm guessing it is to help block dye from bleeding through. And the other then we noticed right away was the print quality seems to be improved. The color on the first prints was noticeable richer , the black was the darkest ,blackest black I have seen printed on any of the Sublithin materials. And the other colors printed better too. It is early on in the first roll of this new version , but I think it will be our new go to material for sublimated polyester! It also seemed like it released from the liner a little easier too. We had a few small lines that were really too small , but I wanted to push and see how well it would last . So I made a couple transfer's that had lines about as thick as a line drawn with a fine point Sharpie marker. When weeding those small lines they came off the backing and were hard to get back in place. I have not tried to press those logos yet. We have had success with lines and fonts that thin and thinner on cotton/poly blends using other Siser materials so I figured I would see how the Sublithin worked. I'm not sure if the original would work any better or worse with these thin lines. I was impressed with the Siser soft opaque material and the super fine details I was able to print , then cut and weed and apply and have all of those small details stay on the shirt. Even the period that is in the line of text that is about as thick as 2 layers of posterboard , not foamboard its close to the size the , is on my keyboard!! Overall all of the SISer materials we have used work excellent for their intended substrate .
i use the pu matte and pu gloss and love the soft hand and stretchiness to it. well be purchasing more as i run out
Im trying to figure out what kind of printer to buy for this vinyl, Heatpress Nation referred me to Rolanddga. I wasn't trying to buy a printer that cost more then a car $35,995 or lease a printer for $720 a month. If anyone can point me in the right direction that would be great. Thanks
Love it prints great weeds great
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