Iron Oaks Customs

Free Sample - DTF/UVDTF

Free Sample - DTF/UVDTF

As apparel customizers, as well as DTF printers, we strongly recommend ordering samples from anyone who you are thinking about using as a supplier of your DTF and UV DTF products. We are confident that trying out our products will go a long way toward making you feel comfortable to trust us with your business.

Choose from two options:

Option 1 - Seasonal DTF transfer (max 11.5" x 8.5") & UV DTF Decal (max 6")

 - This option is completely free and will ship via USPS first class

Option 2 - Seasonal DTF transfer (max 13" x 11.5") & UV DTF cup wrap (16 oz glass can style)

 - Just pay shipping. This will ship via USPS ground advantage.




We source the best film and ink available to ensure a high quality product for our customers. Hot peel film, vibrant inks and high quality adhesive powder all result in a light, soft, durable and easy to apply transfer.

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Care Instructions

Transfers on film should be stored in a cool, dry location. Care should be taken to avoid damaging the ink/adhesive.

As with all heat applied transfers, decorated apparel should be washed in cool water and dried on a low setting (inside out). Care should be taken to avoid additives such as fabric softeners and bleach. Heat and additives can significantly impact the longevity of the transfer.

Application Instructions

Iron Oaks Customs uses a combination of ink and film that produces a hot peel film transfer. However, many factors can impact how well the film performs while hot (including design, fabric, pressing time and temp). Our basic recommendation for applying our transfers is to press at 275F for 15seconds at med to high pressure, then peel hot. Complete a seond press at the same time, pressure and temp to ensure the transfer is fully seated into the fabric. Different fabric types will require different temperature settings to avoid scorching. It is recommended to start low and work your way up in temperature as you go. As a general rule of thumb, pressure is more important than temperature when it comes to ensuring an adequate bond.

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