Pressing Instructions

A commercial heat press is required for screen print transfers. We do not recommend the Cricut easy press, it does not produce enough pressure for transfers to adhere properly. You should always check the temperature of your press with an infrared thermometer before you begin pressing. It is common for heat presses to run hotter or colder than the digital temperature actually shows on your press. In this case, you may need to adjust your temperature to make the proper accommodations.
Screen Prints
Pre-press garment to remove moisture.
Temp: 325-350 degrees Fahrenheit
Pressure: heavy (this is the most important piece, if it’s not sticking, you need more pressure!)
Time: 10-20 seconds
Peel: Always peel HOT
If you need to repress, I recommend protecting the print with parchment paper.