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Heat Transfer Paper is a great way to incorporate full color images into your garment decorating. We have a variety of papers for both inkjet and laser printers that will add a new dimension of value to your garments. All of these papers can be used at home with a basic printer.

We offer several brands of transfer paper for both light-colored garments and for dark-colored garments that are compatible with numerous fabrics. Printable heat transfer paper is great for adding photos or other photo realistic elements to designs. It’s perfect for those one time events such as family and class reunions or even memorial shirts for a loved one.

Neenah is a popular brand of inkjet heat transfer paper that we carry available in packs of 100 and sample packs for testing or short runs. We also have our own in-house brand, WALAPaper that comes in packs of 50 as well as a sample packs of 10 for testing. Both WALAPaper and Neenah inkjet paper offer great opacity and will last up to 30 washes while still having a soft feel on your shirts.

Maybe laser printers are more your style and if that’s the case, we have paper for you too! We offer Neenah and Forever laser paper including Forever Flex-Soft no cut paper that is great for those really complicated one color designs that you couldn’t pay us to weed! Forever Flex-Soft also has the added bonus of adhering to hard surface items such as wood and ceramic surfaces. Many of these papers come in a sample pack as well as packs of 100 or packs of 25 for the Forever Flex-Soft. Laser heat transfer paper for both lights and darks will last up to 40 washes and have options for both light and dark garments.

Types of Transfer Paper:

There are a few considerations for purchasing heat transfer paper for home desktop printers, 

When buying and using heat transfer paper, you need to consider two things, your printer type and whether your garment that you'll be applying your design to is light or dark.  Most of our transfer papers are labeled either light or dark and specialzied for the level of opacity needed for these different shirt colors.

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Heat Transfer Paper FAQ's

What is Iron On Transfer Paper

Iron-on transfer paper, also known as iron-on transfer sheets or iron-on decals, is a type of specialty paper that allows you to transfer designs, images, or text onto fabric or other compatible surfaces using heat from a household iron. It is commonly used for creating personalized t-shirts, bags, pillows, and other fabric items.

How do you use heat transfer paper?

  1. Design your artwork: Create or select the design you want to transfer onto the fabric. You can use graphic design software or choose from pre-designed templates.
  2. Print your design: Load the iron-on transfer paper into your inkjet or laser printer, depending on the type of transfer paper you have. Ensure that you're using the appropriate print settings recommended by the transfer paper manufacturer for optimal results.
  3. Mirror your design (optional): Some iron-on transfer papers require you to reverse or mirror your design before printing. This step is necessary when your design includes text or if you want the final transferred image to face the correct direction when applied to the fabric. Check the instructions provided with the transfer paper to see if mirroring is required.
  4. Trim the design: Once you have printed your design onto the transfer paper, carefully cut around the edges of the design, leaving a small border if necessary.
  5. Preheat your iron: Set your household iron to the appropriate temperature setting recommended by the transfer paper manufacturer. Make sure to choose the setting suitable for the fabric you're using.
  6. Position the transfer: Place the fabric item on a flat, heat-resistant surface. Position your printed design onto the fabric, ensuring it is placed in the desired location.
  7. Apply heat and pressure: Place a thin cloth or parchment paper over the design to protect it and the iron. Firmly press the iron down on the transfer, applying steady pressure. Move the iron around the design, ensuring that you cover the entire surface area. Follow the recommended heat and pressing time specified by the transfer paper manufacturer.
  8. Allow it to cool and peel: After the specified time, remove the iron and allow the transfer to cool for a few seconds. Slowly peel off the backing paper, starting from one corner and pulling at a 180-degree angle. Be careful not to disturb the transferred design.
  9. Finalize the process: After removing the backing paper, check the transferred design for any imperfections or incomplete transfers. If necessary, repeat the heat transfer process using additional heat and pressure.
It's important to note that the specific instructions and recommendations may vary depending on the brand and type of iron-on transfer paper you are using. Always refer to the manufacturer's guidelines for the best results.