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Storage

Postby Ochtees » Wed May 22, 2013 11:48 am

So how do you store your Sublimations? Is there something special? Separate folders for each one?


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Re: Storage

Postby Catspit Productions » Thu May 23, 2013 4:55 pm

I don’t think there is any special storage process. I don’t recall ever having to do anything special with those when I used them at a screen print shop I worked at once. I am not even sure how long they will last because I do know inkjet and laser transfer may not work well if they are too old. But I would suggest a cool dark dry place for them. You might be careful about what you store them in for long term if it is acidic or something.

But really I don’t know much about this and I never thought about it until now... LOL. I have only stored digital inkjet, laser and screenprinted plastisol transfers for any amount of time myself.
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Re: Storage

Postby embart » Tue Apr 28, 2015 9:06 am

Guys,
few weeks ago I tested heat pressing app 1 year old subli printout on a mug and worked like a charm.
It was just stored in the box, not in a plastic folder.

We do a lot of sublimation on yellow and orange safety vests.
I can help with my knowledge if needed.


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