This is another of the techniques mentioned the double-sided paper, this paper consists of a face that is heat transferable and a backing sheet for transfer. This paper is normally used to create shapes or "patches" and adhere them to other surfaces.
How does this paper work? What this paper allows you to do is adhere two surfaces, that is, you stick one of its faces on one surface (normally a sublimated polyester fabric) and on the other heat-transferable side add it on cotton or an unusual surface.
What cases could use this material? We recommend this material when you have work on "unusual" surfaces, that is, you have a fairly complex design, you need greater durability than with transfer paper and you need to place it on different fabrics, (we have seen cases where they place it on surfaces of rubber).
What is the process to follow:
1.Heat on the surface to be adhered with 170°C with 8 seconds.
2. Remove the protective paper.
3. Place the heat transfer side on the surface where you want to add it. at 170°C for 10 seconds.
4.Place the image to be sublimated on the polyester side.
5. Enjoy the result.
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