We are using Alpha Green transfer paper for light shirts. You print your image on the transfers paper then, peel the back of the paper off the image transfer sheet. Next, you lay the photo face up on the t-shirt making sure it is aligned from right to left, top- bottom. Lay a teflon sheet over the photo-image and heat press at the temp and time of the instructions ( 380 at 25 seconds)
cool peel teflon back off after the design cools down. I hope this helps out. This has been the best product I have found on the market so far. Good luck!!
How do you normally print to the brother?
I have a brother, I just use corel and print straight to the printer, very easy, we do lots of photo t-shirts.
You print it just like you would any other t-shirt., photo, clipart or text.
I always use Corel. I've never used Corel-Paint, but I do have it. It looks so complicated - fixing all kinds of stuff on pictures that I cannot even see are wrong!
So, you just open or import the photo into Corel and print just like anything else, huh? I can probably do that!! I'm also going to sublimate the same photos onto glass cutting boards, and probably that will work as well? (maybe you don't know about sublimation - I don't know much yet either) Thank you so much for your help. As soon as my black ink arrives I'll be good to go (I think!)
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