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There is NO sublimation paper for darks...you can only do lights white and some pastel like from vapor ware that is 100% polyester....true you can press on a blend but will wash badly
 

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Hi. There are a few specialised products out there for transferring images onto dark fabrics using sublimation inks. Subli-dark is one of the better known ones.

They are not used in the same way that conventional sublimation transfer papers are though. The image is transferred to a carrier medium and the carrier is then adhered to the garment using the press.

There are no significant advantages over using conventional inkjet transfers, with this method. It is not a 'sublimation' print as such, but just a transfer that uses sublimation ink.

Hope this helps.
 

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actually what will says is true...but that not only increases the hand, but also increases the price and the prints...or the ones I have seen...leave something to be desired.. Personally I would use plastisol or digiprints for darks..
 
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