How To Avoid Ironing Marks In Sublimation?

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During when transferring the image onto the polyester garment, permanent iron marks are often generated that coincide with the outline of the paper sheet. We have discovered a little trick to avoid this problem and in this post we share it with all of you.

The marks Ironing sublimation on garments polyester is a natural effect produced by applying temperature and pressure to the polyester. However, we cannot offer a final product to our client with this finish. It is true that the marks fade slightly with the first wash, but let's not forget that these are permanent marks.

The general recommendation to avoid this problem was to use an on the lower base of the iron or place a cloth on top of the garment and the design to try to soften the effect of direct ironing on the garment.

The general recommendation to avoid this problem was to use an on the lower base of the iron or place a cloth on top of the garment and the design to try to soften the effect of direct ironing on the garment

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This time we want to present you with a little trick that is very simple and offers a fantastic result (much better than the previous two tips!).

How to solve this problem?

Next you must sublimate in the usual way: place the printed sublimation paper with the "torn" edges on the garment and iron it at 200ºC for 45 seconds and medium pressure.

When the time has elapsed and the iron opens, remove the paper and the garment. Look at the outline of the image and you can see that there are no ironing marks or perhaps a slight mark. The result is definitely very satisfying.

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