Item #: 9004, 9004-FLAP
ProSpray, Lint Roller, Teflon Sheet
1) Place protective sheet of butcher paper onto bottom press platen.
2) Lint roll white part of the backpack's flap.
3) Place flap, imaging side face-up, with buckle hanging off the platen and pre-heat.
4) Lint roll flap while it is hot.
5) Apply a thin mist of Pro Spray to the image to be transferred.
6) Affix the transfer imaging side facedown onto the imaging side face-up flap. For images that go edge-to-edge on the flap, you will have to account for a bleed all the way around. Note that the gray part of the flap is sublimatable. So, if you use a overly generous bleed, it will show up on the gray part of the flap.
7) Cover the entire gray area of the flap with a protective sheet of paper and then overlay the protective sheet with 5 sheets of copy paper. Make sure the Teflon and the paper meets up with the white part of the flap but does not overlay it. This procedure is necessary to prevent melting of the gray part of the flap and to inhibit ink from reaching the gray part of the flap.
8) Place a sheet of non-wax coated butcher paper* on top of the flap and press.
*Gordon Paper Co., Inc. White Tarpon Butcher Paper #661697
Updated: July 20, 2015