T Seal Transfer Lock Sheet
Final Finish sheet. 11" x 17". T Seal is designed to give you the best longevity on your white toner prints by "locking toner into the fibers of the shirt."
Delivery date: 1-3 days Western, 3-5 days Eastern
T Seal is designed to give you the best longevity on your white toner prints by 'locking toner into the fibers of the shirt."*
Once you complete your transfer, simple press the T Seal over your transfer. The T Seal is used for the final post press of your transfer onto the garment or textile for extra durability. It can be used with any transfer paper or foil application. T Seal will seal and mold the image into the garment for improved wash durability claimed by many users.
Used in place of a finishing sheet for the post press only. T Seal is REUSABLE from 350 up to 500 presses.
• For best longevity of your T Seal sheet use at a temperature of 270F - 290F. Use above 300F will reduce the life of the T Seal.
* Increase longevity of prints is not guaranteed. Environmental conditions, art, print setting, materials, colors and textile brands can all effect the life of printed transfers. Many users are only interested in printing transfers with a T Seal sheet, others advise they don't see a discernible difference. We recommend a T Seal sheet as an added tool for your white toner printing and you should test and see if it is a preferred method for your process.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR BEST RESULTS:
1) Before the first use, press the sheet with the rubber side down on the lower platen of your heat press
with medium pressure for 20 seconds at 270° F / 132° C. This will condition the T Seal properly.
2) Press and peel your transfer according to the instructions for the particular transfer paper you are using.
3) For the final press, use the rubbery side toward the transfer and press for 20 seconds with medium to heavy pressure.
4) Open the press and wait 5 seconds, then peel off slowly. If you peel off immediately some of your toner may stick to the T Seal sheet.
- DO NOT Cut the sheet in any way. The rubber film will come off.
- DO NOT use CP Toner (toners used in older printers, if you have a newer Uninet or OKI you are good) - yellow pigments will migrate to the rubber film.
- DO NOT Use with Sublimation inks or toners.
- Use BELOW 300 deg F. Using above 300 will degrade the life of the sheet