Printed Transfer info: Please note that this listing is for a sublimation transfer sheet only and no shirts or can coolers will be included with this purchase.
YOU MUST HAVE A HEAT PRESS TO USE THIS ITEM. Ironing on will not work.
Shirts must be at least 60% polyester to apply this transfer. The higher percentage of polyester, the more vibrant and true the colors will appear. 100% all white polyester is recommended. On shirts with a poly/ cotton blend, the appearance will be a faded vintage look and will wash out some over time. White, heathered gray, or other light colors work best. Do not apply to a dark-colored or black t-shirt. Where the image appears white, it will become the color of the shirt. White will keep it white, but if you apply to a gray shirt, the white colors will be gray. If you use colored shirts, it will also alter the colors of the design when pressing.
Using a heat press, press the transfer at 380-400 degrees for 45-60 seconds with medium pressure depending on your heat press. Each press is different. Please test your temp, time, and pressure settings before pressing a design for a paying customer as there are no guarantees of how well it will turn out until you have all of your settings perfected.
Sizing of each design will be different based on the artwork layout dimensions. If a specific size is needed, please specify at checkout.
Watermarks are for the protection of my design only and will be removed from the transfer. Some designs have a small signature in the design. It will read "Runnin' R Ranch".
There are no returns on sublimation transfers for any reason. Please double check details of your order before checkout. Orders ship via USPS first class mail in a cardboard envelope. I have no control over the postal service or the weather, so if an order arrives later than your needed date, there will still not be any returns accepted. I will do my best to ship out before the 2 week turn around time.
Additional info on how to apply this transfer can be found at https://runnin-r-ranch.myshopify.com/blogs/news/how-to-apply-sublimation-transfers