Martin's E.S.P. Introduces Sublimation Fabric Patches
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Martin's E.S.P. Introduces Fabric Patches For Sublimation Transfer June 2015 - Martin's E.S.P. has added fabric patches to its family of sublimatable products. Custom decorators can now get unique, full-color patches that will impress organizations, businesses, clubs, sports teams, sports enthusiasts, and individuals alike - without the use of embroidery. Heat seal patches are great for identification, marketing, awards, trade show promotions, or to commemorate special events and are available in 3" round, 2.5"x4.5" oval, and 2.5"x4.5" sizes. Call for additional information and pricing.
1) To adhere the patch to a substrate (i.e., shirt, tote bag, jacket, etc.) place the patch, imaging side face-up onto the substrate with the adhesive side face down.
2) Cover the patch with a sheet of protective paper and press.
3) Press for 45 seconds to affix the patch to the substrateIt is also an option to use a household iron on the patches. Set the temperature of the iron to 400°-F. This is usually the "Polyester" setting or a bit down from the highest temperature available. Press from the middle of the patch outward toward the edges. The pressing time is usually a minute. After this period of time, check the edges of the patch to see if this area is adhered to the substrate. If so, you will now need to press the patch from the backside for another minute. Some substrates may require more or less time to allow adherence of the patch. Test the edge of your first patch by slightly peeling it up from the substrate while it is hot. Be careful not to burn yourself!