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12in x 10in Starter Pack of Stretch Metallic Soft Foil HTV - 10 Colors - 20% OFF DECEMBER SALE!

Item: MET-STR-10PK

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Stretch Metallic Foil 12" x 10" sheets - 10pack

10x12 inch sheets

Aqua Stretch Metallic Foil

Black Stretch Metallic Foil

Bronze Stretch Metallic Foil

Cherry Stretch Metallic Foil

Gold Stretch Metallic Foil

Green Stretch Metallic Foil

Gun Metal Stretch Metallic Foil

Matte Stretch Metallic Foil

Matte Red Stretch Metallic Foil

Matte Silver Stretch Metallic Foil

Red Stretch Metallic Foil

Royal Blue Stretch Metallic Foil

Silver Metallic Stretch

White Metallic Stretch

Holo Gold Metallic Stretch

Holo Silver Stretch Metallic Foil

Fuzzy Panther Stretch Metallic Foil

Panther Stretch Metallic Foil

Snake Skin Stretch Metallic Foil

Tartan Feather Stretch Metallic Foil

Metallic Stretch HTV looks like shinny mirror while on the liner. However, after pressed on garment it has a more matte "metallic look". This material will also stretch on stretchable materials! Much better thanscreen print foils.
Heat Application:
  • Preheat for 2-3 seconds
  • Press for 10-12 seconds
  • At 285-310 F
  • With Medium/Heavy Pressure
  • Peel after 5-10 seconds of cooling
  • 2nd heat press for 2-3 seconds for better washability
Adheres To:
  • 100% cotton
  • 100% uncoated polyester
  • Poly / cotton blends
  • Lycra, Acrylic and similar fabrics
Specifications:
  • Clear Polyester liner
  • 85 Microns
  • Recommended 45 or 60 blade
  • Layering possible
  • Stretchable material
Washing Instructions:
  • Do not dry clean
  • Machine wash warm with mild detergent
  • Hang Dry
  • No chlorine bleach
  • Turn garment inside out
  • Wait 24 hours before first wash
Notes:
If you try to layer anything on top of it following normal procedures, whatever you put on top of JSI Stretch Metallic will more than likely come off. However, we have tested further and found that if you press it, peel it, press it again WITH NOTHING ON TOP (no Teflon) for another 5s or so, it seems to burn off whatever film is on the material that prevents another material from adhering to it, and itís good to go. Testing is the key here and you would need to wash the garment a couple of times and see how the layers hold up.