DARK HEAT TRANSFER PAPER

Designed for the heat transfer of photos and images using inkjet printers to light colored T-shirts, sweatshirts, mouse pads, coasters, puzzles and leather goods. Works well with cotton, cotton blends and synthetics. This is the easiest product to use and has the least ‘hand’. 

LIGHT HEAT TRANSFER PAPER

Designed for the heat transfer of photos and images using inkjet printers to light colored T-shirts, sweatshirts, mouse pads, coasters, puzzles and leather goods. Works well with cotton, cotton blends and synthetics. This is the easiest product to use and has the least ‘hand’.

SUBLIMATION HEAT TRANSFER PAPER

Jetcol DHS sublimation transfer paper from Neenah Coldenhove has revolutionized sublimation printing with it’s photographic quality prints, shorter press times and ink savings.  Jetcol DHS works on hard surfaces and tshirts.    

LASER HEAT TRANSFER PAPER

Designed for the heat transfer of photos and images using inkjet printers to light colored T-shirts, sweatshirts, mouse pads, coasters, puzzles and leather goods. Works well with cotton, cotton blends and synthetics. This is the easiest product to use and has the least ‘hand’. 

Transfer Papers

When you need wholesale transfer papers, you have come to the right place for designing shirts and other garments. Transfer papers are a simple but effective tool to assist with adding your business’s designs to different forms of apparel. It improves accuracy after cutting and weeding.

Any entrepreneur, from the budding beginner to the experienced designer, can use transfer paper. While one can use a laundry iron if you lack the budget, we recommend pairing the paper with a heat press for optimal temperature and pressure control.

Wholesale Transfer Paper Options

View our options for wholesale heat transfer paper here. We have shipping and discount options for your benefit, and same-day shipping depending on when you place an order. Our items can run out quickly owing to interest from customers, and it’s our goal to match you with exactly the products that you need. Use the grids accordingly on the paper for appropriate scaling.

In addition, do you have an inkjet or a laser printer? Transfer papers have specifications about printer compatibility. Checking ahead of time will save on your expenses in the long run so that you don’t get the wrong type of paper. Your printer should have a model name that indicates if it’s laser or inkjet.

The same goes for what types of fabrics that you have; some transfer papers work better with cotton in contrast to cotton-polyester blends. Light or dark-colored apparel also have different color expectations regarding the process, so check on what transfer paper fits best with your brand’s palettes. Do a similar check with images; vector graphics are the easiest to transfer. Start with vectors if you are new to the process, before transitioning to traditional illustrations.

For a laser printer and transferring photos or images onto darker garments, consider using Laser Heat Transfer Paper. You can use it in laser machines that both contain and don’t have oil, as well as for non-clothing items like coasters and mousepads.

We also have different brands of inkjet transfer paper, for light or dark colors. Dark Transfer Paper is best for darker or richer garments. It can also work with a wider variety of clothing types including cottons, cotton blends, and synthetics. It’s easy to trim and you can also use it for slightly thicker fabrics. If you’re working with Light Transfer Paper, you can also use it for leather goods if they have a lighter tint, and even cardboard puzzles with bright designs.

Invest In Transfer Paper For Shirts From Aviva Chicago

Aviva Chicago is more than ready to get you started with custom-designed apparel, and other merchandise for your business. Our company is all about ensuring that you have access to heat press material, vinyl, and other necessary supplies for regular operations.

To find out more about what to pair with your laser or inkjet printer, please reach out to us today. Aviva Chicago will tell you about which brands of transfer paper are right for your business. We can also make recommendations on printing with inkjet heat transfer.