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Good evening quick question my husband and i are going to be putting names on back of 100% polyester soccer jerseys the Jerseys already have anumber on back and a sponsored logo on front I believe there are plastisol transfers that were put on how do we prevent whats alreay on there from messing up when heat pressing the name? Please help
 

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Teflon sheet or a silicon baking sheet over it and you are good to go. One on top and one on the bottom. The silicon parchment (disposable) works great. Use a new sheet for each press.
 

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Another quick question can u use non stick baking parchment papwe? And also what temperature should I set my machine for to do the jerseys we have a sunie and are using the name transfers from transfer express. Please help thanks
 

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Don't see a problem with that. Use the time and temp recommended by your transfer supplier.
 
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