Flex Soft New

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Flex Soft (No Cut) is a heat applied Laser Transfer Paper for pressing onto black/dark, white or light cotton, polyester or polycotton fabrics.

For best results print, make sure your artwork is all 100% black and use black toner.

Printed A-Foil

Remove all Teflon from your heat press.

Place printed A-Foil directly onto the rubber base your heat press with the glossy/unprinted side facing down.

White Booster (B Paper)

Place B-Paper on top of A-Foil with coated (plain) side facing down.


Position two sheets of Seal Paper on top of the B Paper; so that the entire platen is covered (this is to prevent the edges of the B Paper from sticking to the top of your press and causing scum to soil to the top of your press and therefore transfer onto your textile when the time comes)

Press for 90 seconds at 160°c (320°f) - Medium Pressure.

When the press time has elapsed; let the initial heat disperse (5 seconds).

Peel A+B Apart

Peel the papers apart in a smooth; fluid motion, from one corner to the opposite.

Trim the Foil

Trim the edges from your A Foil transfer (you will notice a white line from the adhesive, this is what we are removing).


Position onto Substrate

Position A Foil transfer onto your substrate; glossy side facing up.

Press for 30 seconds - Medium Pressure - at the following temperature:

Polyester/Polycotton blends at 110°C (230°F)
Cotton at 160°C (320 °F)
Leather at 120°C (248 °F)
Nylon at 110°C (230 °F)
Book Covers at 110°C (230 °F)
Nylon at 110°C (230 °F)

Cool then Peel

Remove your substrate from the press and allow the transfer to cool completely.

Once cool, remove the A Foil from the substrate in a smooth, fluid motion; from one corner to the opposite.


Once the foil has been removed; place your substrate back onto the press and cover the transfer with a Seal Sheet.

Press for 30 seconds at the same temperature as application - Medium Pressure.

Excess Flex

Use a lint roll to remove the excess Flex Soft that may have filled in the gaps.

As there is no print in these parts, there is no adhesive from the B-Paper, so the excess should come off easily.



The Transfer is Complete.


Max wash 40°c
Do not tumble dry
Non-bio detergents
Iron from reverse
Do not bleach

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UniNet iColor ProRIP v2
iColor 540 Print Setting : "Uninet 2 Step Standard 550" through Tray 1.
Uninet 2 Step Standard 550 setting will automatically default to "Multi-Purpose Tray", please make sure you change this.
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