When using Dyepress on 100% cotton, your image will look as vibrant as on a shirt with 60% polyester after multiple washes. When using Dyepress on a shirt with 40% polyester, your image will look as vibrant as a shirt with 80% polyester after multiple washes. When using Dyepress on a 50% polyester shirt, your image will look as vibrant as on a shirt with 90% polyester.
Poly-T Coverage (Add 1 ounce (2 tbs.) concentrate per 7 ounces purified water):
- 16 oz. of Concentrate - Makes 1 gallon of Poly Spray (will coat 240 t-shirts with a 10" X 12" print area)
We strongly recommend using a thin silicone mat under your shirt to raise your image area higher than the rest of the shirt to #1 keep any thick seams of the shirt out of the way AND #2 to reduce the amount of Desizer you need to apply. You will see in the instructions below, that you need to apply the Desizer everywhere the heat will press against the shirt, otherwise the sizing will burn wherever the heat hits the sizing that remains. Do NOT use the silicone mat when Desizing the shirt, ONLY when sublimating.
Silicone Baking Mat 20x16" - Amazon
To give you an example of how Dyepress Poly-T works, we sprayed one-half of a 50/50 shirt and then let it air-dry. The second photo shows how the shirt looked after two cycles in the washing machine and dryer using hot temperature settings.
~All DyePress sublimation coatings are manufactured in Scottsdale, Arizona~
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