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EZ Peel 8.5X11 Transfer Paper (10ct A&B) | DFXLP-SAMPLE-039
Brand: Colman and Company    Part #: DFXLP-SAMPLE-039
EZ Peel 8.5X11 Transfer Paper (10ct A&B)
    Brand: Colman and Company     Part #: DFXLP-SAMPLE-039

    EZ Peel 8.5X11 Transfer Paper (10ct A&B)

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    This is a Self-Weeding 2-Paper-System - Create Vibrant prints from your Digital HeatFX Pro8432WT or Pro920WT printer. This will forever change the way you think about paper for your white toner printer. (Not for use on DigitalHeat FX i550) 

    Count: 10 Sheets each of "A" & "B". 
    Size: 8.5 x 11"

    Laser EZ Peel DARK No-Cut CMYW Laser/LED Heat Transfer Paper

    Transfer white and light colors onto all colors of garments. You can print on black, dark colors, light colors, heathers and white t-shirts with this one paper.  This also works with tons of fabric types including: 100% cotton, 100% polyester, and various blends. 

    Laser EZ Peel Features:

    • Transparent "A" Paper lets you see your design easily for exact placement
    • Ability to press at low temps
    • Washability better than most transfer papers due to a unique blend of coatings
    • Vibrant white and a large array of colors
    • Perfect for OKI White Toner prints and an exact match for your Digital HeatFX System

    How does this paper work:

    The 'A" sheet is what accepts the Toner from your printer. This is designed to take the toner and prep it for the "B" Sheet. The "B" Sheet is essentially the adhesive that will allow the toner to adhere to the garment and uphold to washes. Once you print, you use a heat press to 'Marry' the A and B sheets to make them into one transfer. Once 'Married' you can use the transfer immediately or store for later use. 

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