Sewable Washable Cotton Poplin Fabric Permanent Adhesive Sheets
#100723-1 - Cotton Poplin Fabric Permanent Labels
Inkjet Printable Washable Cotton Poplin is a fabric material for making labels, patches, or sewing a badge, insignia, or emblem. This material is a white cotton poplin that may be printed with a standard inkjet printer. Once printed in black inkjet ink, the material top coating makes the ink washable in water. Inkjet printing is legible (on a scale from 1-5 they be about 2-3) up to 5 machine washes. The inkjet printing will last a lot longer if the garment is hand washed. In all cases, a low pH balance soap is recommended.
This material has a unique carrier that assures it will not jam in an inkjet printer. After sewing edges, this material can be cut, sewn, riveted, and otherwise attached to other fabrics or materials.
|Sheet Ct.||Price Per Sheet|
|8.5″ × 11″|
|25 sheet pack||$61.05/pk|
|50 sheet pack||$114.70/pk|
|1-24 100 sheet packs||$155.40/pk|
|25-49 100 sheet packs||$154.62/pk|
|50+ 100 sheet packs||$145.74/pk|
FABRIC RINSE (RINSING IS AN OPTION, IT IS NOT REQUIRED
- Remove Paper - Make a small tear in the edge of the fabric, only the paper will tear, not the fabric. Pull the fabric off the paper.
- Prepare your rinse - Make a mixture of tap water at room temperature with liquid fabric softener. Use 4 Tablespoons per cup of water. I have had good luck with Snuggle brand and All brand softeners. Stay away from softeners that have special additives, such as - Dye Free, for sensitive skin, extra fragrance, or color boosters.
- Containers - Use a container large enough to lay the fabric flat. You may use plastic, metal, or glass. The same solution can be used until the solution has a color change. You can store the mixture for future use.
- Rinse - Drop the fabric in face down. Place it in all at once. If it appears to float, push it down with your fingers.
- Count - Lift the fabric out of the solution within 15 seconds. Swish it a tiny bit to push the excess dye floating in the water away from the fabric. Don't let the fabric fold back on itself. Lay your fabric face down on a soft terry cloth towel. Fold back the towel. Blot to remove excess moisture.
- Dry - Open the towel right away. If you see the ghost of the image, don't worry, it is just the excess dye. Remove it from the towel. Lay it flat on a clean surface to dry, or microwave for about 1 minute, or blow with a hair dryer.
- The Results! - Your image should look as good, or better after the wetting process. The purposes for the rinse are:
- Remove the excess dye the printer may put down.
- Remove any unused chemical left in the fabric.
- Pre-shrink your fabric.
- Restore the full, soft hand to the silks.
- Fabric(s) and papers will leave dust and lint in your printer. Using a can of compressed air to 'blow' debris out of the printer mechanisms is a good preventative maintenance and will help to keep your printer clean.
- If the print quality appears to have changed OR if you can see banding or white lines through the image, check the printer utility for 'cleaning' instructions.
- Use low ph soaps only on Color Plus Fabrics®! (i.e. Ivory) DO NOT USE Tide, Cheer, All, Era etc.
- Store flat in low humidity conditions. Other conditions affecting performance are the age of your printer and the condition of the pickup and drive rollers inside the printer.
- All printers can be used with Color Plus Fabrics®. Light fastness and Wash fastness will vary with different inks.
Please Note: The Epson R 200 Series uses an oil based ink that will not work with this product!
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