B-FLEX PRINT FLOCK FOR SUBLIMATION
How to use PrintFlock HTV
- Do NOT MIRROR!
- You will need to use Glitter cut settings as this is a very thick material. Use TEST cut first before proceeding.
- When Sublimating, mirror your image. You CAN press your image to the print flock prior to pressing it onto a surface, it just makes peeling the paper backing a litlle more difficult.
- Press the print flock at 295 Degrees for 12 seconds when placing on shirt! Do not over-press!
I love this. I was skeptical of using it, so I tried it on an old sweatshirt. It looks great. I did tack the flex on the sweatshirt first then ironed on the sublimation picture from my printer. It is not real stiff either.
I am glad for this B Flex Flock. Allows me to sublimate on it & then place it on dark color or any color cotton shirts
Very easy to use and it sticks great.
I couldn’t peel off the backing after sublimating to it , I had to waste a another sheet . So I peeled off backing first , save it don’t throw away , put flock onto Teflon sheet , then sub paper on top , press , let cool , put flock back onto the backing sheet then TAPE to your cutting mat to cut .
This flock was easy to work with because of its thickness . It sublimated very well , the colors pop. For cameo I used a blade of six , the recommended glitter vinyl settings wasn’t enough to cut through , you can also peel off backing and sublimate on a shiny Teflon sheet , rather then sublimating with the backing paper still on