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What is poly-T Spray for sublimation?

What is poly-T Spray for sublimation?

More videos on YouTube Poly-T Plus is a 1-step formula that removes chemical sizing and coats cotton fibers with a polyester resin in one spray. Since this 1-step spray is pressed wet to dry, it will allow you to prep and sublimate a shirt in 5 minutes.

Does poly spray wash out?

It does leave the area stiff after pressing but after a quick wash (always in cold water) it washes right out.

How do you use poly-T Pro?

polyTpro is designed for coating and sublimating multiple shirts at once. Spray one coat, throw shirt(s) in a hot dryer and sublimate. polyTpro is sold as a concentrate.

What happens if you put sublimation on cotton?

In the case of products that allow cotton sublimation, the resulting image will be on the surface instead of in the surface, and may crack, peel or fade over time.

Is Poly T spray toxic?

Vapours may form explosive mixtures with air. Fire-water run-off in sewers may create fire or explosion hazard. This product is toxic.

Can you sublimate on cotton?

Now you can sublimate onto cotton using Forever Subli-Light! Sublimate onto cotton and no longer use those heavy polyester shirts. There is also no need to weed or contour cut your transfer since only the inks itself transfer over onto your textile.

Can you put sublimation on 100% cotton?

Suitable for Sawgrass sublimation printers AND regular ink-jet printers with sublimation inks, Subli-Flex 202 is a cold peel transfer paper for light and dark-colored textiles made out of 100% cotton. It is best suited for letters, numbers, and logos with photo-realistic image quality in matte or glossy finishing.

How long does sublimation ink last on shirts?

A printer’s sublimation inks have a shelf life. Leaving them in the printer too long will cause issues such as color shifting, head clogs and banding. Many people agree that you can print past the “use-by” date without any issues, but a good rule of thumb is to use the cartridges within six months of installing them.