Vista Red PU Flex Heat Transfer Vinyl, also called HTV, is a type of material that can be cut with a vinyl cutter to make designs, letters or numbers in an array of styles. Vista PU Flex Heat Transfer Vinyl is an incredibly versatile product with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. The vinyl has been SGS tested for colorfastness and shrinkage for more than 30 wash cycles. The easy weed 150 micron PU Flex vinyl comes in 20"x60" rolls.
Vista Heat transfer vinyl (HTV) is the answer to your personalizing projects! Of all the garment decorating methods available, “heat printing” is one of the least expensive and easiest to get involved in. HTV works best on cotton, polyester or cotton/poly blends. Other synthetic fabrics, like acrylic, won't work correctly because they will melt under the heat of a heat press. Vista HTV can be customized to apply to a varitety of items, including sports jerseys, T-shirts, performance apparel, active wear, jackets and even wood!
- 100% Cotton
- Poly / Cotton Blends
- 100% Uncoated Polyester
Blade: 45° or 60°
Actual Roll Size:19.75"x60"
Backing: Adhesive Backing
- Cut in reverse
- Weed excess material
- Preheat garment for 2-3 seconds
- Apply design at 300°F/150°C
- Use firm pressure for 10-15 seconds
- Peel carrier warm
- Wait 24 hours before first wash
- Machine wash warm or cold with mild detergent
- Do not dry clean
- Do not bleach
- Dry at normal setting
Though we've made every effort to display vinyl colors as accurately as possible, we cannot guarantee color matches based on these photographs.
Item Name: Heat Transfer Vinyl-Red PU Flex HTV 20"x60"
Item Number: S3-PU09-HTV
Item Price: $11.58
Vista Red PU Flex Heat Transfer Vinyl, also called HTV, is a type of material that can be cut with a vinyl cutter to make designs, letters or numbers in an array of styles. Vista PU Flex Heat Transfer Vinyl is a polyurethane (PU) material that comes on a clear carrier sheet and allows for the customization of a variety of items, including sports jerseys, T-shirts, performance apparel, active wear, jackets and more. HTV works best on cotton, polyester, or cotton/poly blends, or other materials that aren't harmed by the high heat setting. Not recommended for many synthetic fabrics, such as acrylic, because the fabric will melt, burn, or discolor under the heat of a heat press. For more advanced designers, you can apply HTV to mugs, baseball hats, footballs and even wood!