Try pre-pressing the garment for 5-10 seconds to remove any moisture before you press the transfer.
I have a problem with some plastisol transfers I am trying to use. I got them from seay Graphics yesterday and attempted to do a test print. I am using navy 100% Gildan tees, pre pressing, and following the rest of their instructions. I have used their transfers before with out any problems. I am running at 380deg. med to firm pressure on my dk20 clamshell press. After pressing some of the graphic is not adhering to the shirt and I am able to easily scratch with my nail and remove some of it with out any problem, so I am concerned if its that easy to remove after the first wash it will definatly start peeling. Is there something I am missing or could there be a issue with the transfers. I will call them on Monday but thought I would see what everyones opinion is first. Thanks for your help
This may have been one of my problems because after the frist few shirts they printed fine. So again another user error on my part. Again the people at Seay Graphics has been great in answering my questions and look forward to using them alot in the future.Make sure you are preheating the bottom platen by closing the press for about a minute before pressing the first shirt. Sometimes people skip that step and the cool bottom platen soaks up so much heat the ink doesn't transfer properly. Repeat preheating if you stop for more than a couple minutes.
A wise man once said that happiness is a warm bottom. Always preheat your bottom (platen).Make sure you are preheating the bottom platen...