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Our most popular and easy to apply heat transfer label.

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Strong adhesion, high opacity, used on light or dark colored garments.

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Used on heat sensitive garment. It has good stretch qualities and a soft feel

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The most versatile heat transfer on the market. The backing carrier prevents the label from shifting. It has smooth and soft feel and very easy to apply.

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This transfer is used to dress up or brand your garment as well for emergency workers, joggers, hikers, bikers and pet outfits.

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This transfer is used to dress up or brand your garment. 3D transfers are waterproof, oil, grease and abrasion resistant.

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Tagless heat transfers

NYLOFLEX heat transfer

Works best on clothing made with:

  • 100% cotton
  • Cotton-Poly Combo
  • 100% Uncoated Polyester
  • Micro-Mesh Nylon
  • Leather

How to apply the transfer. Household iron or commercial heat press:

  1. Preheat garment 5-10 seconds
  2. Temp: 320ºF-350ºF
  3. Press Time: 15 seconds
  4. Pressure:  Medium 30-40lbs
  5. Peel off backing after cold

HOT SPLIT heat transfers

Works best on clothing made with 100% cotton
How to apply the transfer. Commercial heat press ONLY:

  1. Preheat garment 5-7 seconds
  2. Temp: 375ºF-400°F
  3. Press Time: 20 seconds
  4. Pressure:  Heavy 40-50lbs
  5. Peel off backing when hot

PREMIUM FILM EZ heat transfer

Works best on clothing made with:

  • 100% Cotton
  • Cotton-Poly Combo
  • 100% Uncoated Polyester
  • Uncoated Nylon
  • Lycra Spandex
  • Fleece

How to apply transfer:

  1. Preheat garment 2-3 seconds
  2. Temp: 300ºF-310°F
  3. Press Time: 4-6 seconds
  4. Pressure: Medium 30-40lbs
  5. Peel off backing when warm

PREMIUM COLOR HK heat transfer

Works best on clothing made with:

  • Lycra/Spandex
  • Uncoated Nylon/ Polyester
  • Cotton Blend
  • Used on heat sensitive garment.
  • It has good stretch qualities and a soft feel

How to apply the transfer. Household iron or commercial heat press:

  1. Preheat garment 2-3 seconds
  2. Temp: 300ºF-310°F
  3. Press Time: 4-6 seconds
  4. Pressure: Medium 30-40lbs
  5. Peel off backing when cold

Tagless Heat Transfer Labels

Tagless heat transfer labels adhere to a wide variety of fabrics using a household iron.

Heat transfer orders start at 10 transfers for $17 (plus $30 set up fee). Please contact us for order details

Heat transfer labels

(also known as HEAT SEAL and TAG LESS) are one the most popular labels in the apparel market. From simple camp labels through name labels, swimwear, athletic, dancewear, lingerie, babywear to a brand label, heat transfers have become the “I want it now” product.

There are a variety of heat transfer labels offered by many manufacturers. It may be difficult and confusing to search for the right one. To start the search for right transfer label, you need to know your fabric composition (content). Not all transfers label are the same and work the same. Some require higher heat and more pressure to adhere while others require the garment to be preheated in order to work properly.

Heat transfer labels are very durable and can withstand dozens of wash/dry cycles without fading, cracking or splitting. Any type of design can be made as a heat transfer. No commercial grade equipment is needed for the application process, just a simple household iron will be sufficient for most types. For specialty transfers, high volume orders and faster processing, a commercial heat press is recommended.

What Are Heat Transfer Labels?

Heat transfers are also known as heat press transfers, tag-less, sew free label or iron on labels. It is a process that imprints a design onto an item through the use of heat and pressure. Often the design is printed onto a paper or a synthetic carrier and then applied to the desired item, most commonly textile products that are going to be in direct contact with the skin, such as underwear, swimwear, sportswear & t-shirts.

Heat transfers are designed to last the lifetime of a product and this longevity is often vital when it comes to clothing; if the transfer is not a focal point of the garment then it is likely to contain important information such as brand, size, washing instructions, fabric content and other product details.

How Do You Apply Heat Transfer Labels?

  • Heat Transfers Garment tags can be applied using a household iron or commercial heat press.
  • The application will vary depending on the fabric composition as well type of the transfer label.
  • Always follow the manufacturers applying instructions.

HOUSEHOLD IRON – Using a household iron is very simple and does not require any technical skills. However make sure to test on a swatch or piece of similar fabric before full transfer application on your garment. This way you can avoid any mishaps and errors and you will be knowledgable about the pressure and time involved. Please note that not all heat transfers labels can be applied by household iron. Please contact your transfer manufacturer for specific instructions if you are unsure.

MANUAL HEAT PRESSES – Using manual heat presses are easy to use and suitable for those who print regularly but in smaller quantities. Place the garment and heat transfer label on the press and apply the print by lowering the upper platen until it locks into position. The press gives you some help with applying pressure, but some manual pressure is required. Again, it is always a good idea to do some testing prior to your project to make sure the press and transfer are working properly.

PNEUMATIC HEAT PRESSES -Pneumatic heat presses use a compressor instead of a manual handle or lever. Buttons and digital settings control the pressure, heat and timing of your printing operation. You do not need to use manual power with a pneumatic press. High frequency heat presses are widely used by athletic wear companies and any project with high volume manufacturing.

Investing in a commercial heat press machine will provide a very cost effective and practical method of the application of your tagless transfers. When investing in a heat transfer machine it is vital that you spend your money wisely, ensuring that you get the best machine for your money, one that will produce high-quality transfers at a fast rate.

Three main key components to consider when using commercial heat press are:

  1. Time = amount of time, in seconds, that heat must be applied to the garment
  2. Temperature = optimal degree at which transfer will adhere to the garment
  3. Pressure = amount of downward force needed when applying heat

Here are some key factors when choosing the right heat press:

  • Space = How much space do you have in your work area?
  • Production = How much/often will you use a heat press?
  • Size = What type of garments are you decorating?
  • Experience = How much experience do you have working with a heat press?
  • Cost = How much do you want to invest in your heat press equipment?

Popular size options for Heat Transfer Labels

When choosing tagless transfers for your clothing brand, there are a number of different factors that need to be considered. One of the most important things to think about is the size of the transfer itself.
Our heat transfer labels are fully customizable to fit your needs. Here are some common sizes of heat transfers according to the type of garment or accessory. Keep in mind, we can make them to fit your needs:

  • *T-Shirts, men’s and women’s casual wear – 2” x 2”, 1.5” x 2.5”
  • *Dresses – 2.5” x 1”
  • *Suits and jackets – 2” x 3”, 3” x 3”
  • *Baby Wear – 1.25” x 1.25”
  • *Athletic Wear – 1.5” x 2”,  2.25” x 2”
  • *Swimsuits – 1.25” x 1.25”, 1” x 2”
  • *Lingerie – 1.5” x 1.25”
  • *Team uniforms – 2” x 3”
  • *Tote Bags – 2” x 4”

One of the questions we often asked is “What is a standard size of the heat transfer label?” or “Do you have a template for transfers?” The answer is that there is no standard size. It’s all up to you to decide what size transfer will work best with your garment, your budget and your logo.

We always encourage designers to fully personalize their brand logo. Don’t use a “cookie cutter pattern” offered by so many printing companies. No matter what clothing label you choose, either a printed label, woven label or tagelss transfer – go with a unique and thought through design.  The label and design that you choose plays a vital role in the success of your brand.

What To Look For When Looking For A Heat Transfer Label Manufacturer Online?

There is no doubt that the fashion business is one most of competitive industies in the world. Along with that, there is good amount of printing companies and manufactures of clothing tag and labels. Everyone is striving to beat the competition by not only offering cheaper price of variety of product but also with a knowledgeable sales department. We know from our experience that attentive customer service plays a very important role to help you choose the right product for your project.

There are varieties of heat transfer labels offered by many manufacturers. It may be overwhelming and puzzling to search for the right one. To start the exploration for right transfer label, you need to know your fabric composition (content). Not all transfers label are the same and work the same. Some require higher heat and more pressure to adhere while others require the garment to be preheated in order to work properly.

To look for the right supplier we suggest gathering samples for testing from different suppliers. This way you will know exactly how the transfer works for your garment. Call your potential supplier; ask questions if there is no additional information available on their website. You will get the feeling right away, if the supplier can fulfill your needs and it is easy to work with. We all have a tendency to look for a good deal however with heat transfer labels, you need to make sure you order right transfer that will adhere to your product. Sometimes your design cannot be transferred into a tagless label that you have in mind, so show your design to the manufacturer and ask for professional suggestion.

The last but not least is the order quantity. While all heat transfer manufacturers looking for “big” clients, many smaller printing companies are easier to work with and they offer smaller minimums.

Can You Have Colors On Your Custom Heat Transfer Labels?

We offer specialty customized heat transfer labels to provide capabilities for sharp bright colors. Metallic sparkles, no-label look heat transfers, glossy look imprinted heat transfer labels, stretch heat transfers for spandex and performance wears. White ink? No problem. Extra whites or white ink back grounds to match up for dark colors or clear back ground imprints for light colors. White back-ground prints for black t-shirts or the dark t-shirts.

The Printed Heat Transfer Labels are Pantone color matched

Available Choices:

  • Single Color Heat Transfer Labels
  • Multi-Color Heat Transfer Labels
  • Full color digital transfer
  • Silver Reflective
  • Glitter
  • Glow in the dark

The most popular colors for transfer are:

What Is The Heat Transfer Label Process?

The heat transfer labels are aimed at giving “tag free comfort” to people purchasing your garment product.  For the last few years, there is a significant shift towards tag free garments. Most seen in underwear, sleepwear, active wear and t-shirts.  More and more manufacturers of clothes are now moving or have moved from sewing to tag free heat seal labels. This is certainly a growing trend in the apparel industry. Although it is up to you to determine if the transfer will work with garment and your design can be produced as a heat tag.

Send your design to printing company to produce your transfer. Keep in mind the also the artwork file must be good quality (vector file, ai, eps, pdf, sometimes high-resolution jpg). If you do not have a design or ability to design your transfer label- please contact us for assistance.

Follow these 5 steps to have successful order for heat transfer labels:

  • Know your garment fabric composition
  • Research market for heat transfer availability for your garment
  • Ask for free samples for testing
  • Have a good artwork file
  • Email artwork for price quote or order online

The Difference between Heat Transfer vs Screen Printing 

  • The basic process for producing heat-applied plastisol transfers is very simple. You print a design with plastisol ink, but instead of printing it directly on the garment, you print the design on special waxed paper. The paper is passing through a dryer where the ink heated until it has sets just enough to be dry to the touch.
  • When you are getting started, it is hard to order a lot screen-printed shirts without testing them out. So, it is more economical and no commitment, just a small investment to buy plastisol heat transfer label (or any other type of tagless transfers) and heat press. In many cases, some heat transfer labels can be applied by using household iron.
  • This way you have flexibly and control having blank shirt and transfers label and you apply transfer labels on clothing garments as you sell them.

Our Different Heat Press Transfer Designs

Heat transfer labels
Heat transfer labels

The typical heat transfer label can be pressed inside or outside of the clothing garment. It can be just a brand logo placed in the neckline area:

logo with size:

Heat transfer labels
Heat transfer labels

complete label with logo, size, care, content and country of origin:

Heat transfer labels
Heat transfer labels

Anoher way to display your design on the outside of the garment:

Heat transfer labels
Heat transfer labels

What others say

was very happy to receive my order way before the two week time limit! Thank you thank you

Helen Banks

I got the labels yesterday and really happy with them. Thank you for taking the time to meet with me, even though this was a small order. I appreciate that! I will pass your contact onto others in my industry who may also need.

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