How To Print on Polyester with Thermo-FILM

ThermoFILM is the world's leading material for numbers and letters on sports jerseys. Low bleed blocking properties keep white numbers white even on red jerseys.

ThermoFILM is the world’s leading material for numbers and letters on sports jerseys. Low bleed blocking properties keep white numbers white even on red jerseys.

With fall season in full swing and several industry trade shows behind us, I’ve been getting good feedback from our teams. What are we hearing from customers at trade shows? One of the biggest concerns is that many of you are still looking for ways to print names and numbers on polyester uniforms without having those names and numbers change colors on you. You know, when white numbers on a red jersey turn pink? This is what is commonly known as dye-migration, or when a heat press releases dyes from a polyester fabric and the heat graphic absorbs those dyes. This problem is not new. In fact, it’s one of the main reasons that our patented Thermo-FILM has been the world’s best selling material for athletic names and numbers for decades. Why? Because it blocks dye-migration. This short video shows you how to block dye-migration when printing polyester, but the answer is simple. Use Thermo-FILM. If you want to learn more about printing uniforms, specifically performance wear, it’s not too late to sign up for Stahls’ TV presentation of How to Print Performance Wear. This is another very hot topic (excuse the pun) right now. Click here to sign up and watch from the comfort of your computer screen on October 3rd.

 

 

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