for use T-shirt Transfers with thermok! for ink-jet printers
thermok you don't end up ironing too much or too little. thermok!
lets you know exactly when to stop ironing. As soon as the
green circle turns orange, the transfer is ready.
T-shirt transfer A4TRI thermok! an inkjet printer, an iron
and a flat, hard surface to iron on, a sheet of standard white
copy paper and a suitable item to transfer onto, such as a
white or pastel-coloured T-shirt, baseball cap, boxer shorts,
cloth covered mouse pad, cotton napkins, handkerchiefs, etc.
A4TRI in its original packaging in a cool, dry place.
print onto the unprinted, coated side of the transfer
film. Select the "mirror image" mode on your printer.
the single sheet feed only.
settings: EPSON - Photo Quality Glossy Film, max. resolution
/ Canon - T-shirt Printing Film,
/ Hewlett Packard- Other Photo Paper types normal / Lexmark
- Glossy Phot Papers, high quality.
the color bleeds, reduce the ink level accordingly (10-15%).
Before transferring, leave the printed image to dry
for approx. 5 minutes. Cut out the motif, leaving a narrow
margins of 1-3 mm around the edge.. 5 m
First print the desired motif onto standard
paper to check that the color and size are correct and that
the motif has been printed in reverse for right reading.
a stable, heat-resistant surface suitable for ironing
the iron to the highest setting (takes approx. 5-10 minutes).
Recommended ironing temperature: 210
0C (410 0F). Do Not use a Travel Iron.
Iron the fabric to ensure that it is completely smooth,
then place the transfer film onto it with the printed
image facing downwards.
Iron over the motif, applying as much pressure as possible
(do NOT use the steam function). Make sure that the
heat is evenly transferred over the entire area, not forgetting
the corners and edges. During ironing, take care
not to allow the film to crease or move.
ironing until the green circle has changed to the similar
orange color on the iron symbol that
is printed on the film. Attention! In order to
guarantee a perfect transfer, at least 90% of the green
area must change color.
brownish discoloration of the white areas of the transfer
paper will not affect the quality of the transfer in
any way. In order to achieve a matt finish, remove
the release paper it is still hot. Peel away from the fabric
in a smooth, even movement, starting from one corner.
a glossy finish, allow the transfer to cool, then
peel off the release paper in a smooth, even movement, starting
from one corner.
fixing process removes any surplus ink from the transfer
and gives the transfer a fabric-like texture.
finish: Allow the transfer to cool,
then cover with a sheet of standard, white copy paper
and press once again
with the iron for 5-10 seconds. Immediately remove
the paper while it is still hot.
Finish: As above, except use
greaseproof paper instead of copy paper and only remove
the garment/fabric before wearing/using.
24 hours before washing for the first time (drying time).
bearing transfers are machine -washable up to 40 0C.
Always wash garments inside out.
not use aggressive washing detergents or bleach of any
ironing directly over the transferred motif. Cover first
with a sheet of greaseproof paper or iron on the reverse
You can make the colors even brighter by repeating
the fixing process (see point 3).
is possible that a slight smell may arise during ironing.
This is due to the transfer film being subjected to heat
and is completely harmless.
recommendations are based on our most up-to-date knowledge
and experience. As the products are used outside our control
we can not take responsibility for any damage which may be
caused when using the product. The Technical Information Sheet
replaces all earlier ones. All information subject to change
of Use and stocking:- Should be used and Stocked at a relative
humidity of 30 to 65% and temperature of 10 to 30degreeC.