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Sublimation Clothing Blanks for Baby & Toddlers

Baby Onesies, Toddler T-Shirt, Raglan, Blankets, Bibs & Beanies in 100% Polyester

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Baby S/S Onesies Baby L/S Onesies Baby Raglan  T-shirt Baby Beanie Hat Baby Lap T-shirt

Sublimation Baby Girl Onesie    Sublimation Baby Boy Onesie    

Bring more color and sparkle to your clothing with Dye Sublimation Printing! Its amazing!
"What is dye sublimation?" you ask?
The process of changing from a solid to a gas, or from a gas to a solid, without passing through an intermediate liquid phase.
Dye sublimation is a unique printing process made especially for garments with polyester or polyester blend fabrics. In this printing process, the dye transitions between the solid and gas states without going through a liquid state, and attaches only onto the polyester threads.
Note: 100% polyester fabric (recommended for brightest colors).  Blend of 65% polyester, 35% cotton fabric (recommended  for vintage look) for dye sublimation printing.

Working with a heat press takes some sk
ill and time to perfect. Practicing is a good investment to ensure you do sublimation printing correctly.

Heat Press Errors

1) Why are there blue threads/lint?
TIP -  This is a common issue with finished garments being sublimated. The garment itself had lint before the press thus leaving a blue mark. Sublimation is very sensitive, when pressing you must make sure the garment is clean and also that the sublimation paper has no residue or lint. When you press polyester it will pick up any residue on the heat press.
If the blue spots look like tiny little fibers it’s probably lint. Lint rollers
and shaking out each garment vigorously before pressing help a lot. Some people use disposable butcher/parchment paper sheets instead of Teflon sheets to avoid lint building up on the Teflon. 
2) Why are there  brown marks?
TIP - Too much heat and shorter curing tim
3) Why is collar so flat?
TIP - Too much pressure. It’s unnecessary to heat press the collar in this case
Blanks baby and toddler sublimation printing include Onesies, Dresses, Bath Gowns, Beanie Hats, Bibs, Blankets and T-Shirts

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Should you require baby or kids clothing blanks for sublimation printing and we don't have them, we will be more than happy to quote you for manufacturing these special products for you.

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