Our heat transfers applied for t-shirt, it will have a amazing effect. There is no doubt that you will stand out among people whatever in the street , or in the party. But sometimes, we will meet this problem, the t-shirt in transfers that wear for a weeks will dye to migrate. The color of imagine has penetrate into the fabric , so that it looks so bad. Usually only for some dark fabric or polyester, non-woven etc. Therefore, I will explain to your guys how to judge the fabric will be dye-migrated . Once we know the fabric will sublimated, we recommend our customers do anti-sublimation effect heat transfers . Surely, if the the fabric is made of 100% of cotton, there is no problem of dye migration.
There are three ways to see whether the fabric will sublimated:
1. Put one piece of white cloth in the heat press machine( please note that it needs
to be wet ) , then put one piece of black or dark cloth on the white cloth. Under the temperature of 220 ℃ , press for 20-30 seconds. After that , if the white cloth will be faded, it turns out the cloth will dye to migrate.
2. Put one sheet of PET release film ( the substrate of heat transfers ）in in the heat press machine; press for 2 minutes under 200 ℃; then see the pet release film is stained with the color of cloth; if so , that means the cloth will dye to migrate.
3. Use our ready heat transfers to press in the fabric understand 200℃. After 24 hours, let us see the fabric with transfers will be dye to migrate or not. If so, that proves the cloth will dye to migrate.
Do you master it ? If you wanna test your t-shirt will be sublimated or not , just use one of three ways , then you can get the result. Once your t-shirt will be sublimated, recommend you our anti-sublimation effect heat transfers, we print anti-sublimation paste when printing ; then it can avoid dye migration to some extant, but we can not guarantee it will 100% deal resolve the problem of dye migration. After all it is the issue of fabric itself.
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