High Luster’s Engraving Reflective Heat Transfer Vinyl
|Hot Pressing Temperature||140-150℃|
|Hot Pressing Time||8-15s|
|Hot Pressing Pressure||4-6kg/cm²|
|Washing Performance||40℃@25 cycles home washing|
|Application||Especially suitable for engraving fonts, patterns, etc. and then hot pressing on polyester, webbing, cotton and other fabrics|
High luster's engraving reflective heat transfer vinyl FAQ guide
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High luster's engraving reflective heat transfer vinyl
YGM has high-quality and experienced technical development, production, and operation management personnel who are specialized in the development of low-cost and high-quality engraved reflective heat transfer vinyl.
Figure 1:High Luster’s Engraving Reflective Heat Transfer Vinyl
Application for high luster's engraving reflective heat transfer vinyl
Fit for engraving, lettering, and quite good for hot pressing on woven, cotton, and other fabrics.
Figure 2:Application High Luster’s Engraving Reflective Heat Transfer Vinyl
Difference between high luster's engraving reflective HTV and self-adhesive reflective tape
Reflective HTV is nothing like self-adhesive reflective tape. These two reflective materials will be distinguished below.
- Self-adhesive Reflective Tape:
A variety of grades, thicknesses, colors, as well as sizes, are available. It has backing paper on the back and then an adhesive liner that feels sticky when peeled off. This is a pressure sensitive adhesive layer specially used for reflective tapes. Self-adhesive reflective tape can be directly stuck to trailers, boats, cars, bicycles, mailboxes, etc.
- Reflective Heat Transfer Vinyl:
The material, commonly referred to as HTV, is not sticky and instead is fusing with heat to fabrics, such as shirts, totes, coats, scarves, blankets, stuffed animals, etc. It is designed to be applied with a heat press, but can also be ironed on. Vinyl HTV is cut so that the clear side faces DOWN, and the dull back faces UP. This is then flipped horizontally so that the design is cut only through the vinyl and the extra is weeded away. Once your design is applied to your garment, you remove the carrier sheet. Additional transfer tape is not needed.