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I've recently decided to delve into printing multicoloured designs for shirts to broaden my scope of products from single flat coloured designs using standard heat transfer vinyl. The only thing is, being a novice to this and searching for the materials online, I have found their is mixed reviews on many different type of opaque transfer paper. What is everyone else's thoughts on this, what do you guys use, why do you use it, where do you source it from ?
Please help as I'm at a bit of a crossroads on this one. Oh, forgot to mention, I print mainly onto coloured or black Gildan cotton shirts. Thanks in advance for any help you may be able to offer.

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I've used several different brands, almost too numerous to count. My preferred are Neena Opaque and Starcraft for dark fabric.

I tried the Neenah LASER-ONE OPAQUE DARK. I wasnt happy with it, it printed with the white, Had to hand cut, which made it uneven, and it felt way to thick on the shirt, stiff and paper like. any ideas? is this the same paper you use?
 
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