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You already know Siser® Glitter HTV can be sublimated, but what if you want to spare yourself the sparkle? Siser has the sublimation solution for you! Now offering EasySubli™, the matte heat transfer vinyl (HTV) that’s receptive to sublimation inks, available in 11" x 16.5" sheets! Siser EasySubli HTV is the key to decorating colored polyester (excluding sublimated polyester garments) and cotton blends. Never be limited to white polyester again when you switch to Siser EasySubli HTV sheets! Achieve the brightest colors and best results when paired with the specially developed printing profile and Siser EasySubli Inks by Sawgrass.
Available for the Virtuoso SG400 and SG800, Siser EasySubli Inks can do more than just print on EasySubli! Use Siser EasySubli Inks to achieve all your standard dye-sub needs as well, so there’s no need to switch out inks between projects. After printing and cutting the heat transfer vinyl, use EasySubliMask and a squeegee to transfer designs from the static backing to the garment of your choosing. With EasySubli, the decorating doors are open to any color of the rainbow and almost every fabric under the sun. The low application temperature of 311°F even allows you to decorate heat sensitive fabrics like tri-blends and rayon!
Now that you have the sublimation solution to colored polyester and cotton garments, you’ll likely need the silicone solution for working with EasySubli heat transfer vinyl. EasySubli Mask is unlike any other Siser® TTD Masks for print and cut heat transfer vinyl. The masking process is familiar: use a squeegee to bond the mask and printed HTV in order to keep multiple pieces aligned and applied all at once. However, the mask itself is constructed differently and as a result is incompatible with Siser ColorPrint™ materials. Additionally, TTD Masks are not compatible with EasySubli HTV.
For ease of use, EasySubli Mask is clear, silicone based, and comes on an aerated backing. The extra tacky adhesive is key to gripping printed EasySubli HTV to remove it from the original static backing and expose the heat activated adhesive side of the material. At this point, EasySubli is ready to be heat applied or you can place it on the mask’s aerated backing for storage.