Crown's American Flag Foil 18" x 10 Feet (Roll)
Crown's American Flag Foil 18" x 10 Feet (Roll)
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Crown's American Flag Foil 18" x 10 Feet (Roll)

Crown's American Flag Foil 18" x 10 Feet (Roll)

Product code: CRLFAF12

Regular price $11.00
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Price per 10 Feet
Quantity Unit Price
1 + $11.00
2 + $10.00
5 + $9.00
10 + $5.50
20 + $4.29

Crown Roll Leaf – Hot Stamping Foils

Metallic Foil Transfer is a special eye catching graphic effect for t-shirts. It produces a shiny “metal-appearing” surface on various types of fabrics by using a heat press!

Made in the U.S.A.

*This product is excluded from all promotional discounts and offers.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Load garment. Make sure your project surface is clean
2. Press garment for 3-5 seconds to remove moisture and wrinkles
3. Place transfer media in desired location, adhesive material or ink side down and cover with Teflon sheet
4. Heat press following settings by Heat Transfer Media:

5. Open heat press and remove Teflon sheet
6. Peel hot with steady, smooth motion
7. Cut foil half an inch bigger than designed image
8. Place foil over the top of the image. Shiny side up
9. Cover foil with Teflon sheet
10. Heat press foil for 10-15 seconds at 300-325° F
11. Peel off gently after completely cool
TYPE
TIME
TEMPERATURE
Siser Adhesive
23 seconds
300-310° F
Screen Print
10 seconds
310° F
WASHING INSTRUCTIONS:
• Machine wash - Delicate cycle
• Wash garment inside out
• Washer temperature setting: Cold / Cold
• Detergent: use Typical (All, or Tide w/Bleach Alternative)
• Drying: Line or air dry only*For best durability of the foil after it is applied, it is recommended that the garment
be hand washed or machine washed (delicate cycle) inside out and line or air dried. Do not use bleach.
Do not iron printed area
Under these conditions:
• T-shirt foils should hold up to 5 wash cycles
• A 15-20% loss of gloss or color brilliance is typical, even after the first wash, but foils should stay relatively intact