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How to Choose the Right Fabrics for Heat Printing

It's imperative that heat printers consider whether or not a fabric is heat sensitive at the time of planning a heat printing job. 

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It’s imperative that heat printers consider whether or not a fabric is heat sensitive at the time of planning a heat printing job. A common way to predict heat sensitivity is to check the care label for its ability to be ironed. If a garment is sensitive to heat, it will be indicated with a do not iron symbol or a lower number of dots on the tag.

Mike Clark

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