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Halo dear friends,
I am still looking for best folio or transfer paper which will work better for my transfers, so far i didnt fount any.
My prints are usually washing out very fast. We did tests on several different materials and colors and every time prints get washed or loose most of the colors, sometimes after first wash, sometimes after few.
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If anyone knows some good quality paper or folio which can be purchased in Germany (or Amazone Europe), please share it with me so i can try it again.
Once again, i am not selling any products, i am doing this for our local Football club.

Thanks in advance
 

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i am doing this for our local Football club.
If anyone knows some good quality paper or folio which can be purchased in Germany (or Amazone Europe), please share it with me so i can try it again.
Using a home printer I'm guessing...
For white polyester fabric you can just use sublimation ink with plain sublimation paper.
For other fabric colors cotton fabrics (any color), your best bed is either:
a) FOREVER Subli-Flex 202, or
b) FOREVER Subli-Flock
Both are thick, but very durable.

EDIT:
I don't usually work with polyerster so I made a mistake here.
Subli-Flex is for cotton shirts only (any color)
 

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Halo dear friends,
I am still looking for best folio or transfer paper which will work better for my transfers, so far i didnt fount any.
My prints are usually washing out very fast. We did tests on several different materials and colors and every time prints get washed or loose most of the colors, sometimes after first wash, sometimes after few.
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If anyone knows some good quality paper or folio which can be purchased in Germany (or Amazone Europe), please share it with me so i can try it again.
Once again, i am not selling any products, i am doing this for our local Football club.

Thanks in advance
Did you check Gröner Fachhandel für Werbetechnik ? Or KIT-Siebdruck I`m sure if you tell them what your problems are they will point you in the right direction.
 

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Using a home printer I'm guessing...
For white polyester fabric you can just use sublimation ink with plain sublimation paper.
For other fabric colors cotton fabrics (any color), your best bed is either:
a) FOREVER Subli-Flex 202, or
b) FOREVER Subli-Flock
Both are thick, but very durable.

EDIT:
I don't usually work with polyerster so I made a mistake here.
Subli-Flex is for cotton shirts only (any color)
Hi, thanks for your respond, i will try with this ink and let you know.
 
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