This past weekend while sorting through a box of old photos and stuff from my high school and college days I found a heat transfer. I'm guessing this is something I bought while in college or shortly thereafter. So, we are talking about a transfer that is at least 30 years old but more than likely closer to 37-40 years old. I just pressed it on to a tee shirt and it came out perfect. Don't know what it will look like after I wash it but right now it looks good.
Well I have never done 30 years but.. I have some Harley Transfers that some guy in Flordia, I think Roach did. How long ago did Harley quit licensing transfers.. LOL.. They need about 20 seconds or more at 375 and 50#s of pressure and not everyone works but enough do work to pay for messing with them.. I have had transfers that work from Impressions (now Art Brands) that are about 10 years old that still work pretty good.. I have some others that I buy today and they won't work tomorrow.. You just never know.. When I try one I hit it for 12-15 secs and peal one corner, If it does not look good I hit again... eventually it will print or I just made another rag
ProWorld Ed, actually this is before Holobeck and before Pro World.. this goes back to roach in Florida and I got them when I bought Whitewater Textiles in Georgia and I think they might have originally gone to that guy from Sun designs or whatever that dudes name was that went bust on eveyone about early to mid 90's
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