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Navy  DD-214 Alumni T-shirt
Navy  DD-214 Alumni T-shirt

Navy DD-214 Alumni T-shirt

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Adhesive Vinyl:
This vinyl is printed on Orafol 3651, a 2.5 mil, 5 year calendared, glossy permanent adhesive vinyl , ink is 3 year UV resistant . Similar to Oracal 651, this is for permanent application

Heat Transfer Vinyl:

This vinyl is Siser Color print Easyweed. 2.7mm vinyl great for use on cotton, polyester, cotton/poly blends and spandex. A TTD Easy Mask Sheet will be included in the price ! sheet is included for every 3 prints. TTD Easy Mask Sheet will allow you to transfer your cut design to your garment for easy pressing. The TTD Easy Mask Sheet can be reused 2-3 times. Instructions for use will also be included.

Additional Sheets of TTD Easy Mask can be purchased here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/758160745

***Note*** Computer monitors may display color differently. If you have any concerns, please contact us before purchasing.

Heat press vinyl transfer instructions: recommended settings: 315 degrees for no more than 15 seconds.

Directions for heat press: cut pattern/color side up (like an adhesive vinyl decal, do not mirror/reverse image) and weed excess material. Do not cut through the backing. Backing can be thrown away once removed. You will only want to cut through the actual vinyl. Apply ttd easy mask transfer tape on top of vinyl design. Squeegee vinyl really well on the front and back to ensure that the ttd easy mask is securely attached. Remove backing and place design on garment, pattern up. Cover with teflon sheet. Heat press at 315 degrees with medium pressure for no more than 15 seconds. You can press a second time if needed after your design has cooled. Peel the ttd easy mask off your design while it is still hot or within 5 seconds.

All of our printed sheets of vinyl are compatible with Cricut Explore, Silhouette Cameo, any other vinyl cutting machine