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ThermoFlex® Plus HTV Neon Green
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On the larger rolls (15ft, 30ft, 75ft, 150ft) the neon colors tend to have areas with white spots or areas with "to much color" lines in them. This is just how the rolls come. Neons are a harder color to produce.
ThermoFlex® Plus is our most popular heat transfer vinyl and the best in the industry!
ThermoFlex® Plus is a durable material that is highly flexible. It has a soft hand and strong grip. If applied properly, it will outlast the life of the garment!
Compare the ease of weeding and applying ThermoFlex® Plus with competitive products and you’ll discover why so many professionals ask for it by name.
ThermoFlex® Plus is available in a huge range of colors- over 100! Plus comes in 70 colors with a matte finish, 8 metallic, 6 neon, 18 metal flake, and 4 glossy to create whatever your heart desires!
If you haven’t tried ThermoFlex® Plus yet, what are you waiting for?
Blade – 45°
Cut – Mirror image
Temp – 320°-330° F
Pressure – Medium, even
Time – 15 seconds
Peel – Warm (except Neons, Columbia Blue, Frosty Clear- peel cold), cover with Teflon and repress for 2 seconds. (Repress for 5 seconds for Frosty Clear)
Care – Wash warm water. Tumble dry normal. Dry-cleaning okay.
Most colors of ThermoFlex® Plus may be applied in layers with the exception of:
Metal Flake colors
These colors cannot have layers adhered on top of them, although we have successfully layered these products on top of other colors.
Be advised that dye-migration has occurred with low energy dyes in polyester and poly-blend fabrics.
Size is +/- 0.50 inch and +/-3% on length
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.