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Old February 27th, 2012 Feb 27, 2012 1:08:31 PM -   #31 (permalink)
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Default Re: UK based supllier of Iron All and Iron All Dark transfers?

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Is this a scam? It does not explain what they do and what they do, wether it is light or dark fabrics. No phone number and no website. Normally I find that ads like this have something to hide. If you are a genuine supplier of Iron all darks please pm me I am interested in lots of it.
I checked the ironall.co.uk website and it doesn't look like a "real" active website.

The other email address they have listed on the site went to a website that was just a domain parking page with ads.

ironall uk page looked like a site setup to collect email addresses for future promotion (maybe about the product, but I couldn't say)
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Old February 27th, 2012 Feb 27, 2012 1:10:03 PM -   #32 (permalink)
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Default Re: UK based supllier of Iron All and Iron All Dark transfers?

PS. You can find legitimate sellers of Ironall (under it's many different names) in this thread: https://www.t-shirtforums.com/heat-pr...rs/t59419.html

There's a couple of UK vendors listed there as well
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Old March 6th, 2012 Mar 6, 2012 8:09:07 PM -   #33 (permalink)
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Default Re: UK based supllier of Iron All and Iron All Dark transfers?

Hi I live in the UK. I been searching hi and low for a dark paper that is soft. I have ordered many different papers All claiming softer feel this , softer feel that. I tried Neenah 3g, tried Coastal blue grid whom told me that theirs was the softest they had. No offence, but they all resembled sign vinyl, tent(waterproof) or raincoat material.I tried to get Iron all, but cannot find it anywhere. I could not get my hands on anything that resembled soft. All of the others above are like plastic.(No offence companies). Finally I got my hands on some super soft paper for darks. When I say soft I mean slightly heavier than Jpss soft stretch for lights, but very very soft. You can put transfer to mouth after applied and blow through it which indicates that it also breathable.The man on the phone was very sheepish and would not let me know where it came from. It came from a company who supposed to be selling their own product, but then said he could get me some soft paper rolls from a different company other than his own. I did not believe him, but then I recieved through the post, 4 A3 sheets of dark transfer material. I printed it as I never recieved any instructions with it. I just put it in the heat press 170 celcius for 20 seconds and peeled it hot. I could not believe it. It is almost like the fabric. I mean it drapes and crinkles and I have noticed that If you peel it hot it looks matt and if you peel it cold it peels glossy. The guy on the phone does not seem to want to tell me where it came from, but indicated an American product, but the same time he told me he is ordering it from Belgium. Dont get me wrong, but it is not as thin as Jpss light it has a slightly heavier hand, but very thin. I will describe it as soft. I would even describe it as no different to a screen printed finish. I have had jpss and the they are not far off each other except this is for dark t shirts. We do oversized prints that are 19 inch by 14 inch (Similiar to religion, Savant, Cuckoos nest etc), and this paper is more than acceptable. If it works at that size it is well and truly good for dark fabric. I must also add After it was pressed I stretched t shirt just like you do with Jpss and it softens hand even further. I washed T shirt and again seemed slightly softer with absolutely no cracking or colour fading. I ordered 2 rolls for wide format pigment/ dye printers although it can be cut down to be used with smaller inkjet printers. I had to order 2 as the guy wouldnt sell it to me otherwise. The rolls are big enough to print 150 x 14 by 19 inch oversized t shirt prints With some slight waste. If your printer does borderless prints without been accurate, I would estimate it may do around 200/210 a3 prints. I phoned the man earlier today and he will send correct settings. After ordering the guy told me that it can withold washes up to 80 celcius. Most other transfers are 40. I thought this may be Ironall, but tested a patch with iron. on mark 2 no damage at all, on mark 3 it started to smudge(slightly). The paper had a blue grid on the back of it , but I am not sure if this is done to confuse me as I have had all different types of blue grid which are plastic feeling. I haves used about 4/5 different papers with a blue grid on the back. This is not the standard blue grid that people talk about online. I have tried and done most of them methods. To 3g opaque it feels like toilet paper. Also the lines on the back off this were slightly broken up. I have the funny feeling there is some kinda patent or something with this paper as the guy is been very sheepish about it. All I know is the paper is like nothing I have seen before and trust me I have been searching high and low for over a year. Anyway the reason I posted this is because I have an extra roll if anyone is interested it is enough to do 150 14 by 19 oversized prints(even more a3 prints and double that again for a4 prints). I also tried it with sublimation ink and it also works excellent. I want around £270 for it if anyone is interested please inbox me. I only needed enough for 75 tees at this moment in time, but had to buy 4 times the amount. I will send some samples or you can come and see it in Northampton uk?? Its definitely good paper for darks. The best I have seen so far. I even tried the last one on a white top and it looks excellent. I aint got a clue what it is. I have tried to get info out of the guy. At one point he tried to claim the name was inkjet dark so I googled this and found nothing. If anyone knows what this is also please tell me as I am interested to find the source.
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Old March 7th, 2012 Mar 7, 2012 4:31:02 AM -   #34 (permalink)
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Default Re: UK based supllier of Iron All and Iron All Dark transfers?

Is it just for inkjet or can you use it in a Laser printer?
 
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Default Re: UK based supllier of Iron All and Iron All Dark transfers?

Its for inkjket. He did send for laser but never sent correct instructions so I just sublimated it and it ran. So I thought I thought I would test the hand. It came out like the rest.(plastic).
 
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Its for inkjket. He did send for laser but never sent correct instructions so I just sublimated it and it ran. So I thought I thought I would test the hand. It came out like the rest.(plastic).
thnx pity i am trying to find a soft hand for dks but need laser guess i'll keep looking
 
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Default Re: UK based supllier of Iron All and Iron All Dark transfers?

Where did you get this dark paper from? I am in the states and I would like to contact them & get a sample.
 
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Its for inkjket. He did send for laser but never sent correct instructions so I just sublimated it and it ran. So I thought I thought I would test the hand. It came out like the rest.(plastic).
@tking1 please share where you bought the paper so others can try it as well and hopefully identify it
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Old June 16th, 2012 Jun 16, 2012 12:57:28 AM -   #39 (permalink)
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Default Re: UK based supllier of Iron All and Iron All Dark transfers?

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If you'd like to try any of our papers then just send us a message. We find that Jet-Pro Sofstretch tends to be the most popular inkjet paper for lights.
im replying to your post so i can get some more massage storage quota then send you a pm
 






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