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I like Opaque transfers for my personal use, and I understand the frustration of only being able to use light colored shirts for inkjet heat transfers, but from what I've heard, and experienced through washing them, I wouldn't sell shirts using them to anyone. They definitely fade and crack much faster than regular transfers. Previously I didnt use a heat press to apply opaque transfers, so Im experimenting with them now. I hope the more evenly applied pressure and consistant heat improves the durability of the transfer. Im gonna continue to use dark transfers for personal use and shirts for buddies. Im sure there will eventually be a dark inkjet transfer that is close to as durable as the light color ones.
 
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