Ink Effects are fabric transfer inks that absorb into the fabric for soft, flexible and washable transfers. Very similar to the Deka Transfer Paints that we used to sell years ago. Simply paint your design on standard copy paper then use an iron to transfer it onto a light colored wearable or home décor fabric piece of your choice. When using Ink Effects on 100% polyester, we strongly suggest that the paper is secured to the garment to prevent the image from slipping when ironing on the transfer. These work great on our polyester Sublimation Clothing and accessories!
Wear your amazing artwork in three easy steps!
1. Paint and perfect design on standard copy paper or coloring book page. Allow to dry for about 45 minutes.
2. Iron design (paint side down) onto fabric of your choice.* (you can use multiple times, until the image gets too faint)
3. Rock out your design!
* Prepare item with Ink Effects Basecoat if using on materials containing less than 70% synthetic fibers.
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This material is so way cool. I'm not a technical artist but I love color. I did a doodle design on paper and then just started painting in this Ink effects paint right on the paper. It was so fun how it came alive (I say it because you know it was a doodle)! I got a polyester shirt blank from Dharma from their Sublimation clothing blanks area of their site and took my dried design and just started to iron it onto the shirt from the back of the paper. The first image came out WOW strong strong colors and curiosity led me to believe I could keep using that paper up and I did and you can. Each print or partial print was very cool. It got dramatically lighter after the first main print but it colored well and permanently and it's very soft. My son did my husbands shirt and of course he came up with the coolest brown color with the bright red and green :)
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