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Does UniTranz (light blue back) go by a different name?

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Old January 23rd, 2017 Jan 23, 2017 11:44:39 AM -   #16 (permalink)
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Default Re: Does UniTranz (light blue back) go by a different name?

Anyone hear of any being available yet anywhere? I am getting really desperate here! If anyone has any to sell in their leftovers, I would be happy to buy some!
 
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Default Re: Does UniTranz (light blue back) go by a different name?

Still not available.
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Default Re: Does UniTranz (light blue back) go by a different name?

Hello everyone,

I too have been searching for the ever so elusive blue back perfect for white/light inkjet transfers paper .. I have tried several of the suggested replacements, and in all fairness, I did give them a try. However, they just aren't the same. It's the simplicity and perfection every time with this paper that makes it so hard to replace. I have a busy shop, and with this paper, I KNOW what the results will be. I feel comfortable recommending it and I don't dread doing these transfers like I do the other papers.
If anyone knows where this paper is located .. Please .. I beg of you .. post it. Thank you J.
 
 
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Default Re: Does UniTranz (light blue back) go by a different name?

This product is still not available. It seems that there have been problems with producing a suitable product after the manufacturer changed chemical suppliers....or something similar.
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Default Re: Does UniTranz (light blue back) go by a different name?

Does anyone have these papers in stock,using JPSS atm no problems so far except for 3gopague curling under heat press, i just use old vinyl carrier to help placement. Really wan to try these. Thanks
 
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Default Re: Does UniTranz (light blue back) go by a different name?

This paper is no longer being manufactured.
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