Heat Transfer Warehouse offers a wide range of Neenah desktop heat transfer paper! Neenah Heat Transfer Paper includes products created specifically for Dark and Light Garment decoration to use with your desktop printer. Some of the most popular products are Neenah 3G Jet Opaque Neenah InkJet Light Jet-Pro Soft Stretch, Neenah InkJet-Opauqe II (Dark) Paper, and Neenah Dark Laser 1 Opaque paper. These Neenah heat transfer paper products range in compatibility from Inkjet printers, Laser Printers to OKI White Toner Printers.
Neenah is a well-known brand that produces a variety of transfer papers for both inkjet and laser printers. Their transfer papers are designed to be used with a heat press or iron to transfer the image onto fabric, paper, or other surfaces.
- Jet-Pro SoftStretch Inkjet Heat Transfer Paper: This transfer paper is designed for use on light-colored fabrics and produces high-quality, vibrant transfers that are soft and stretchable.
- 3G Jet-Opaque Inkjet Heat Transfer Paper: This transfer paper is designed for use on dark-colored fabrics and produces opaque transfers that are soft and durable.
- Laser 1 Opaque Dark Heat Transfer Paper: This transfer paper is designed for use with laser printers and produces bright, opaque transfers that can be used on both light and dark-colored fabrics.
- Inkjet Light Heat Transfer Paper: This transfer paper is designed for use on light-colored fabrics and produces high-quality transfers with bright colors and sharp details.
- Inkjet Dark Heat Transfer Paper: This transfer paper is designed for use on dark-colored fabrics and produces transfers that are vibrant and durable.
- Techni-Print EZP Laser Heat Transfer Paper: This transfer paper is designed for use with laser printers and produces high-quality transfers that are easy to apply and have a soft feel.
What is Transfer Paper For Shirts/T-Shirt Transfer Paper?
Here's a general overview of the process:
- Design your artwork: Create or select the design you want to transfer onto the shirt. You can use graphic design software or choose from pre-designed templates.
- Choose the appropriate transfer paper: Select transfer paper that is suitable for fabric and compatible with your printer type (inkjet or laser). Consider whether you need transfer paper for light-colored or dark-colored shirts, as they have different characteristics and requirements.
- Mirror your design (if required): Some 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 shirt. Check the instructions provided with the transfer paper to see if mirroring is required.
- Print your design: Load the transfer paper into your printer and print your design onto the transfer paper. Follow the printer settings recommended by the transfer paper manufacturer for optimal results.
- 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.
- Preheat your heat press or iron: If you have access to a heat press, set it to the recommended temperature specified by the transfer paper manufacturer. If you're using an iron, preheat it to the appropriate temperature suitable for the fabric you're using.
- Position the transfer: Place the shirt on a flat, heat-resistant surface. Position your printed design onto the shirt, ensuring it is placed in the desired location.
- Apply heat and pressure: If using a heat press, close the press and apply the recommended amount of pressure for the specified duration. If using an iron, place a thin cloth or parchment paper over the design and firmly press down with the heated iron for the recommended time while applying even pressure.
- Allow it to cool and peel: After the specified time, remove the heat and pressure source and allow the transfer to cool down 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.
- 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.