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SuperSoft Inkjet Transfer Paper

You asked for it, you got it! Back by by popular demand, our original soft paper with the blue back!

 3.93 ( 70 review )
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8.5" x 11" Sheets
Packs of 10 sheets @ $8.89 per pack ( per sheet)
Packs of 50 sheets @ $33.82 per pack ( per sheet)
Packs of 100 sheets @ $55.36 per pack ( per sheet)
Packs of 500 sheets @ $253.77 per pack ( per sheet)
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11"x17" Sheets
Packs of 10 sheets @ $13.93 per pack ( per sheet)
Packs of 50 sheets @ $55.53 per pack ( per sheet)
Packs of 100 sheets @ $101.48 per pack ( per sheet)
Packs of 500 sheets @ $468.48 per pack ( per sheet)
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17" x 150' Rolls
Rolls @ $165.00 ea.
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Take anything you print on an INK JET PRINTER and with a home iron or heat press and transfer the image to fabric or clothing.
Now in NEW 17" x 150' ROLLs for those really big projects!
Of the transfer papers we sell, this one is our favorite. This paper is super soft and leaves practically no feel on the fabric. Unlike traditional transfer papers it's stretchy as well. Since it's stretchy it allows you to transfer on to a broader range of knit fabrics.
Due to the super soft feel of this paper, the image quality looks a little less crisp/bright than normal transfer papers like our Professional Transfer paper. That’s because the polymers really do sink into the fabric, rather than sit on top like traditional transfer papers. The final product will be more distressed, or “vintage” in appearance with virtually no feel at all on the t-shirt.
We find it works best on knit fabrics like Jersey, so it is fabulous on tee shirts! It also works very well on stretchier knits like Cotton Lycra, and Rib Knit. On woven fabrics it will be considerably stiffer. So we recommend using this on Jersey for the best results.  The benefits of this paper don't stop there, you can actually iron over the transfer after it's on the shirt. Wow!! We love this stuff!
Use with a home iron, or for quicker, better results, and production work, try one of our heat presses (it'll change your life!). As with all transfer papers, it is better to pre-wash before applying your transfer, although with the stretch this has, and the way it sinks into the fabric, customers have said you can get away with not, which is another big plus.
For use only on white or light colored fabrics. For instructions click here.

Note from the manufacturer: During the cutting phase the paper can sometimes retain a small amount of cast off, dry coating. This cast off coating can appear to be small specks or flakes visible on the surface of the paper. Simply dust off your inkjet page before putting it through the printer.

Please note that transfer paper DOES have a shelf life; it lasts about 6 months depending upon storage. It must be kept sealed in its plastic bag. High humidity or dry conditions can shorten its shelf life.
 
 

Made in: UNITED STATES (USA)

Some newer pigment based inks may react differently with various transfer papers, causing color shifts after heat setting. As always we recommend testing products, processes, and techniques before you start a large project.

How-To
  1. Choose your image and do a test print on regular paper first to be sure it’s how you want it to appear. Remember your transfer will be ironed on the shirt face down so you’ll need to reverse the image so any text or numerals read properly on the fabric. Place the paper carefully in the paper tray after fanning on all four sides. Make sure the paper is not curled or bent at the leading edge.
  2. Print on treated (rough/matte) side. Not the shiny paper backing. (When printing we recommend 360 dpi or normal setting).

    Important: After printing your image, do your transfer as soon as the ink is dry. If you don’t plan on doing your transfer within an hour or so, store the printed sheet in a plastic bag so the paper does not dry out.
  3. Prepare the material you will be transferring on by ironing on a flat hard smooth non-porous surface. Use a counter top covered with an ironing sheet or pillowcase in order to protect the surface. Do not use an ironing board it’s too soft.
  4. Place the image face down on your fabric.
  5. Iron your transfer with lots of pressure for 2-3 minutes over each small section of the transfer, first going in one direction, then going in the opposite direction. Use the cotton setting. NO STEAM! The iron has to be dry.
  6. Use a press cloth or parchment paper to cover the transfer and protect your iron.
  7. Let the transfer cool for 3 minutes or so, then you can carefully peel off the paper backing.
Using a commercial heat press
  1. Set heat press for 375°.
  2. Set heat press for medium pressure.
  3. Apply pressure for 25 seconds.
  4. The transfer paper can be peeled hot or cold.
Storage: (Important)
Transfer paper DOES have a shelf life ~ 6 months depending upon storage. Paper must be kept sealed in it’s plastic bag. High humidity or dry conditions can shorten shelf life. Store the paper flat in a cool, dark place.

PRODUCT REVIEWS
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MOST HELPFUL REVIEWS
6/28/2009
5
I used this with a heat transfer press and it worked great. The only problem I had with the paper sticking was because I did not let the machine heat up to the correct temperature.
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10 of 10 users found this review helpful.
1/28/2009
4
Hard to figure out which side is the printable side. I waste sheets every time I print. Hint: It's NOT the BLUE side!
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9 of 10 users found this review helpful.
4/2/2008
5
This is the best paper I've ever used. Soft soft soft and so easy to use. It practically peels itself off as you're transferring. Nice images plenty of color!
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9 of 10 users found this review helpful.
6/12/2009
5
as i sit here reading the reviews i'm wondering if some of the folks that wrote crappy reviews were using the new paper that was sold for a very short while instead of the blue backing paper..."feels like plastic"...? That is not at all the blue back paper. The paper that Dharma has now is fantastic it is so soft and the ink just fuses into the fabric.
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7 of 7 users found this review helpful.
1/8/2008
5
Easy to use - great results - every time!
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5 of 6 users found this review helpful.
MOST RECENT REVIEWS
6/23/2015
2
I have used this transfer paper successfully for several years BUT the last 2 orders of this transfer paper have not worked well. The transfers are blotchy and spotty and I can't sell the products. I have asked for assistance but the response was that the fabric or my printer was the problem. I have used the same fabrics and the same printer for the entire time so I have to say VERY uncertain results and once your item is ruined it is ruined.
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9/26/2014
5
Great for T-shirts. I had great results applying transfer using a heat press and a thin cotton press cloth for one minute. My printer is limited to dye based inks so I was concerned about fading after wash. I noted the methods used by other reviewers and decided to conduct a semi-scientific test (semi because I only tried each method one time for one wash). I found HEAT curing is the most important to prevent fading with the Krylon Acrylic Crystal Clear helping a bit (it is now called Colormaster Acrylic Crystal Clear I used Flat). Here were my results of fading after one wash:No post transfer treatment: faded badlyKrylon only spray (dried overnight): faded badlyAfter transfer peel and cool pressed again 40 seconds with press cloth: faded slightly from originalSpray with Krylon dry 10 minutes then pressed again 40 seconds with press cloth: barely faded from original and slightly less faded than heat only post treatmentNote: I did try parchment paper as some suggest but I found in my heat press after 20 seconds the paper turned brown and discolored my fabric so I switched to a thin cotton presscloth which does not discolor during the press time.
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1 of 1 users found this review helpful.
7/21/2014
4
I love using this paper because I can do projects on ribbed shirts and it turns out GREAT! There is a learning curve involved though.I was having issues with fading and thought it may be due to the printer that I use (HP Inkjet with dye-based ink). HOWEVER I've learned to use a timer when I'm pressing shirts. After about 1:20 or so (depends on the size of the transfer) I will test peel a corner of the transfer and see how it looks. If it isn't easy to peel off I heat it for a longer period of time. Once I peel the paper I use a small piece of parchment paper set it on top of the print and use the iron to "set" the ink in the shirt. I haven't had a problem with fading since I started doing this!I only wish this paper working on darker clothing. If you're using anything other than white you have to trim the design almost exact to avoid any glowing on your shirt. Overall it's a great product!
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4 of 4 users found this review helpful.
5/29/2014
5
I use this paper exclusively in my shopthe paper peels away with no issues at all.If you are having problems with the image fading after washingthe problem is not the paper but the ink you are using.If you use a dye based ink the image will fade..you can treat the shirt after the image is applied with a product called Krylon crystal clear...just a quick spray and apply the press (or hand iron) again for roughly 40 secs and you're good to go.The best thing is to try using pigment based inks (usually Epson Workforce printers have pigment based inks) the ink settles onto the fabric nicely and no need to post treat.The image will not fade as pigment inks are waterproof.So if you're having issues remember it's most likely not the paper but the ink you are using!!!!Hope this helps others create beautiful items with this amazing paper.
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3 of 3 users found this review helpful.
7/29/2013
5
I'm getting ready for my 25th annual Woodstock party (in Calif.) and along with a band bbq potluck and clothing exchange we always do a project. This year (as in years 10 and 20) I am doing a commemorative party design and let everyone screen print it and then tie dye their own shirt. To make it easier on me I wanted to try iron-ons.... tried this SuperSoft inkjet transfer paper and IT ROCKS!!! Applies easily if you follow directions using just an iron (tho' if I could afford a heat press I would!!!) washes and dyes fine and FEELS SOFT TO THE TOUCH! Very cool! After sampling it I'm getting a 100 pack (will cut in half...). Just fyi it does lighten whatever color is behind it just a little SO you may want to consider the shape of the design cutting along the lines etc. Thanks Dharma once again!
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3 of 3 users found this review helpful.
6/19/2013
1
So disappointed. I read Lil Blue Boo's reviews and loved her transfers so much ordered the very same paper she uses.The transfer in itself has a fantastic feel but after a wash the colours are all gone made by daughter a fantastic cupcake transfer with bright colours after the first wash all colours are dull. Very very sad about it.
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0 of 1 users found this review helpful.
4/2/2013
3
I like the feel of the fabric after. I have only washed the item I decorated (a baby grow) once and some parts of the image seem more faded so I am yet to find out if that's because I didn't press the iron enough on these areas. I would love to know if people had more success with a heat press? The bits that aren't faded look great though!
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4/1/2013
5
Best transfer paper for white fabric of all blends and thicknesses. A trick I use when applying these on very thin flowy fabric is after applying and cooling I stretch the image in every area horizontally then vertically then a bit diagonally and this takes ANY "feel" off of the transfer and allows the image to move weightlessly with the fabric. The only transfer paper I use for my light fabrics!
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