Stahls' CAD-CUT Soft Foam Heat Transfer Vinyl - 3D Textured HTV 20x12 inch sheet CLEARANCE

Breeze Crafts

$3.00 $9.00

Soft Foam offers all the benefits of our traditional HTV, but adds a unique, raised look and feel to any item it’s applied to—like graphic tees and hoodies. Its soft, velvet-like texture and dimensional effect is perfect for creating premium designs for everyday fashion, spirit wear, athletics, and more.
Unique HTV with a slightly raised look
Soft and pliable when heat applied
Ultra-matte finish
Textured color options available
Best for standard placement & graphics
Can only be layered on itself
Compatible with Stahls' Rip-Away Appliqué™ Process

Time: 15 seconds
Temp: 300°F / 150°C
Pressure: 3-4 Light/Medium (32 psi)
Peel: Cold
Machine wash cold inside-out using mild detergent. Do not use bleach. Dry at a normal dryer setting on household machines. Do not dry clean. Use on Cotton, Polyester and Cotton/Poly Blends

**Due to variations in monitors, uploading and rgb conversion colors may vary from the images. They are only provided as reference and are not guaranteed to be exact.
This is a new line we are bringing in so most colors are not available for same or next day. Ships in 2-3 business days.

Rolls are not always exactly 20" from the manufacturer. Some may be approximately +/- 1/4 inch which can also affect sheet size +/_ 1/4 inch.

Breeze Print Company is an authorized Stahls'® dealer.
We do not refund for user error including but not limited to not following instructions, melting htv and using improper transfer tape. If this is the first time you are using our vinyl and/or you are using an iron to apply htv the customer needs to do a test cut and test pressing first with small or scrap pieces until the desired results are achieved. We do not recommend making a full design with the vinyl until you have familiarized yourself with it using your equipment. We include instructions in the package but if you have questions, we are always happy to help. Instructions are meant to be used as guidelines due to variations in heat presses, cutters and irons.