Create a Sublimation Wall of Shame
Consider making a “wall of shame” in your workshop area full of product mistakes from the past. When you make…Read More
Father’s Day Sublimation Ideas
Help celebrate the best dad ever with a sublimated Father’s Day gift that is unique and fun. For even the…Read More
Sublimation Tip: Anchor the transfer
Always anchor the transfer. Heat tape and Pro Spray make it easy to align and secure the printed transfer to…Read More
What secondary tools should every sublimator invest in?
Consider buying a small convection oven for sublimating to large steins, pet bowls, and other products that cannot be done with…Read More
What products should I pitch to organizations in need of fundraising items?
There are many great product ideas for selling to an organization for fundraising: Pillowcases Christmas ornaments Dog tags or pet…Read More
Eliminate Creases on Soft Substrates
When pressing shirts, it is easy to leave unsightly transfer creases and marks that will not come out. To prevent…Read More
Habits for Heat Press Health
Take care of your heat press. Calibrate the temperature of your heat press at install time and every six months…Read More
What are some unconventional ways to market sublimation services?
Online marketing and advertising are certainly tried-and-true methods to get your name out there, but if you’re still looking for new ways to…Read More
Can you sublimate 50/50 polyester/cotton shirts?
Yes, you can sublimate 50 percent polyester/50 percent cotton fabric. Keep in mind, however, that only 50 percent of the…Read More
Picking Products the Ladies Will Love
The buying demographic is heavily young and female, and often spontaneous; so, things that have patterns or monograms, are colorful,…Read More
Approaching Event-Driven Marketing
When offering on-the-spot products at events, only promote a few products. You might try: taking a picture of someone at…Read More
Sublimated Outdoor Signage: Offering a realistic pitch
Don’t oversell the attributes of products that are placed outdoors because they will fade over time. Ask your sublimation partner/distributor…Read More
Pantone Like a Pro
Corporate America almost always uses Pantone spot colors to identify the colors used in logos and other printed items. Being…Read More
What is the difference between Reveal S and direct-to-garment printing?
With DTG printers, the shirt must be aligned on the DTG’s platen to be printed. Once printed, the shirt must…Read More
Let Prospects Find Their Way to You
Let your prospects beat a path to your door. Always put your contact information on every product you sell, i.e.…Read More
Hire Aspiring Graphic Designers
Your job is to create artwork that your clients love and will pay for. If you lack the ability to…Read More