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4 Tips for Using Metallic Heat Transfer Vinyl

4 Tips for Using Metallic Heat Transfer Vinyl

Some occasions call for more pizzazz than others. A girls’ weekend getaway, the annual Fourth of July celebration, and a graduation bash all fall into that category. While foil balloons and fireworks are a good start, buying up custom shirts with shimmery metallic vinyl lets everyone feel like part...

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4 Tips and Tricks for Weeding Vinyl

4 Tips and Tricks for Weeding Vinyl

If you have any experience with heat transfer vinyl, you likely have some feelings about weeding. You may find satisfaction is stripping away excess vinyl to reveal a perfect design. More often, though, you think about the tedium of weeding and cringe. It’s a slow, difficult task. There’s support,...

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Heat Transfer Vinyl vs. Screen Printing

The secret ingredient to every T-shirt printing business is the method they use to apply their innovative designs. These vary widely from one another and each one is ideal for certain purposes. Two such printing technologies are heat transfer vinyl and screen printing. To learn more about heat transfer vinyl...

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3 Tips for Layering Heat Transfer Vinyl

3 Tips for Layering Heat Transfer Vinyl

Heat transfer vinyl pressing is a quick and easy way to create unique T-shirts, shoes, hats, purses, and hundreds of other items. Despite this ease, you may not know what to do when faced with a more complex, layered design. There are a couple of possible pitfalls that can...

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Is a Heat Press Better Than an Iron?

Is a Heat Press Better Than an Iron?

There’s more than one way to apply heat to your heat transfer vinyl (HTV). The humble clothes iron is a functional option, whereas many businesses defer to a heat press machine dedicated specifically to HTV application. Some people wonder if they need to purchase a heat press if their...

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Adhesive Vinyl vs. Heat Transfer Vinyl

Adhesive Vinyl vs. Heat Transfer Vinyl

There are many different ways to apply your own designs to different places. Two mainstay methods are adhesive vinyl and heat transfer vinyl, or HTV. Between the two, you can cover many kinds of surfaces, allowing you to feed your curiosity and creativity about personalizing your space, clothes, car,...

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