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GlitterFlex® Ultra Rainbow Light Aqua Glitter HTV
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The GlitterFlex™ Ultra is a stunning glitter product that has a very high demand. It is one of our most popular products. It has an easy-to-use sticky carrier, which makes weeding a snap. It has actual polyester glitter flakes encased in a high quality heat sealing adhesive, which also allows it to be sublimated onto, creating endless design possibilities.
GlitterFlex™ Ultra films are thicker than most of our other films, simply increase the downward pressure of your knife blade in order to ensure clean cuts and easy weeding.
This glitter can also be used for embroidery. See below.
To convert to embroidery glitter, just remove the carrier, stitch your design, tear away any excess glitter, and heat press to seal it. Specialty Materials recommends to flip the garment inside out and lay it on top of a Teflon pillow to press it. By heating from the backside, you don’t damage the stitch, and the Teflon pillow helps to make sure there is good contact between the glitter and the fabric. Pressing on the stitch side could potentially throw off the pressure necessary to adhere the glitter.
Size is +/- 0.50 inch
*Product may separate from carrier sheet. Specialty Materials recommends smoothing the material back down before cutting. Product is not considered defective and will not be refunded. Product will still work fine but cutting smaller designs may be difficult.
*Colors of products may be different than what the screen on your device shows.
TIP: Always perform a test cut prior to cutting a whole design
Helpful tip-Specialty Materials recommends if your T shirt or material your are putting this HTV on says "dry fit", "Moisture Wicking", or is Gildan Ultra Cotton, use a spray bottle of rubbing alcohol and squirt the material where you are putting the design. Then rub it in a bit with a cloth and dry or even heat press it to dry then press the design. This is due to the material being a coated material, instead of an un coated material.