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Custom Heat Transfer Labels

Custom heat transfer labels are ideal for heat sensitive materials and heat-sensitive surfaces. They offer a tag-less, custom printed solution that is highly durable and will not peel or fade. The heat transfer label material used by Sienna Pacific is made from polyester fabric which has been laminated to an aluminum substrate with an adhesive backing. This creates a smooth surface on the back of the heat transfer label which prevents bubbling during application as well as air bubbles between the vinyl and your product.

Heat Transfer Care Labels

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Heat Transfer Brand Labels

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How to Apply Heat Transfer Labels?

Heat Transfer Labels can be heat pressed in place using a heat press machine or an iron. They are easy to apply and once applied, they will not peel.

Total Time Needed :

30

Minutes

Total Cost:

$0

US

Required Tools:

– A Computer.

Things Needed?

– A WordPress Website.

Steps to Apply Heat Transfer Labels:

Step 1 – Set Up Your Household Iron or Heatpress

The temperature must be set between 302 and 320°F (150-160°C) for iron or heatpress printing.
WARNING! If the temperature is too low, the design on the label may not be properly transferred to the garment. In contrast, if the temperature is excessively high, the heat transfer label will be more difficult to remove and may cause damage to the garment.
In the scenario you’re utilizing a standard iron, we strongly advise against USIGN STEAM. The dial should also be positioned between the cotton and wool settings.

Step 2 – Place the Sheet or Label…

The transparent Tagless tags allow you to view both sides of your design.
So, there is no need to make a mistake; simply put the label on top with the adhesive backing down.
When you’re using tag-free labels with a white face, the design should be reversed and the face upwards.
WARNING: If you heat the adhesive face directly or put it in the incorrect position, it might adhere to the press and be difficult to remove.

Step 3 – Press the Label

Place you iron over the fabric and press it for 8-12 seconds (no sweeping motions)
Lower your Heatpress and press for 8 seconds.

How to Make HeatPress Clothing Labels?

Start by filling the form below and receive a Free Quote in your inbox in less than 24 hours.

Provide your basic contact information: Name, Email
Define the amount of labels you want to quote: from 100 minimum quantity to 5000+
Choose the size for your labels: Width (in.) and Height (in.)
Set Up your Turnaround options
Upload your artwork or logo
Optionally you can share with us some more information to better explain what you are looking for (numbers of colors, multiple versions).

Free Quote Request


Heat Transfer Labels Manufacturer

At Sienna Pacific we are US based Heat Transfer Labels Manufacturers and Suppliers. From our offices in Carlsbad CA we provide a wide variety of personalized products since 2006.

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