Differences in Transfer Types


I will be posting more detailed info with photos to offer more in depth explanations but here is a short description.ย 

Screenprint - these are a plastisol ink that is preprinted on a transfer sheet and I can press onto any color of shirt. It can be put on cotton, polyester, or cotton poly blend.

Sublimation - these transfers can only be put on poly blends with a minimum of 50% poly (I generally use triblend shirts). Best on a white or marble shirt as the ink dyes the polyester fibers. But can also be done on a light grey and some other light colored shirts.

Vinyl - for these I use heat transfer vinyl and can do the designs in most colors as well as putting them on any color or fabric type shirts.

OKI Transfer - cross between vinyl and Screenprint - Any print listed as OKI can also be done as sublimation if you prefer but the shirt color options are more limited.

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Sublimation, Vinyl, and OKI transfers can be done in adult or youth sizes!!