Holographic heat transfer vinyl is commonly used in the fashion industry to create custom designs on clothing and accessories, such as t-shirts, hats, and bags. It is also popular for personalizing items like sports jerseys, uniforms, and team apparel.
It is important to note that holographic heat transfer vinyl may not be suitable for all fabrics, and it is always best to test a small area of the fabric first to ensure that it can withstand the heat and pressure of the transfer process.
How to use holographic heat transfer vinyl?
Design: Create or select a design for the vinyl transfer. This can be done using design software or by using pre-made designs that are available online or in-store.
Cutting: Cut the design from the holographic heat transfer vinyl using a vinyl cutter. Make sure to mirror the design before cutting it so that it appears correctly when transferred onto the fabric.
Weeding: Remove the excess vinyl around the design using a weeding tool. This leaves only the design on the carrier sheet.
Placement: Place the vinyl transfer design on the fabric with the carrier sheet facing up.
Heat press: Apply heat and pressure using a heat press or iron.
Peel: Once the vinyl transfer has been pressed onto the fabric, peel off the carrier sheet to reveal the final design.