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HIGH Tack Transfer Tape for Heat Transfer Vinyl Patterns

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Regular price $5.35

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** When out of stock we might substitute for Frisco High Tack Heat Resistant Transfer Tape

HIGH Tack Transfer Tape for Heat Transfer Vinyl Patterns


High-Temperature Transfer Tape is specially formulated to work perfectly at higher temperatures needed for heat transfer materials. Siser TTD Easy Mask is also CLEAR, allowing you to accurately place the design on the garment. Siser heat transfer tape then releases easily after heat application.

  • PERFECT TRANSFER EVERY TIME: No more wrinkled or ruined projects due to problems with the application process. Our transfer tape for vinyl is a HIGH-TACK polyester mask designed to lift printable films or HTV vinyl from its carrier and position it on textiles. The mask remains on the printed graphic during heat application and is removed after pressing. The durability of our heat transfer paper ensures that your graphics will be protected during transfer.
  • REUSABLE UP TO FIVE TIMES: Our premium HTV transfer tape features a durable polyester construction that can withstand high heat and is clear for easy alignment. The unique adhesive system will not leave a residue after removal and is reusable up to five times. Our clear iron-on transfer tape ensures perfect alignment every time because graphics remain visible throughout the entire application process. No more guesswork!
  • Clear transfer tape allows for more precise registration.

1. Cut the heat mask/tape to a slightly larger size than the finished graphic.
2. Remove the liner from the heat mask and place the mask face down on a smooth surface with the adhesive side facing up.
3. Place the printed and weeded graphic onto the adhesive side of the heat mask/tape allowing it to make contact in the middle first and then laying down each side.
4. Starting from the center and moving out squeegee the graphic to the heat mask using firm pressure and overlapping strokes.
5. Remove the print media liner from the print mask covered graphic starting at one corner in a smooth continuous motion.
6. If the graphic will be stored before pressing place the heat mask covered graphic onto the liner from the print mask.
7. If pressing right away transfer the heat mask covered graphic to the textile and follow the print media specification for pressure, heat, and dwell time.