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Durafirm 1 Step Transfer Media 8.5 in x 11 in (216 x 279mm) - includes 20 pcs - equivalent to Uninet iColor LIGHT Transfer Media and compatible with both iColor and OKI transfer printers



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Durafirm BASIC 1 Step Transfer Media 8.5 in x 11 in (216 x 279mm) - includes 20 pcs

Equivalent to iColor Light 1 Step Transfer Media 8.5 in x 11 in (216 x 279mm)

Works with iColor and OKI white toner transfer printers!

iColor 1-Step Transfer Media for light colored garments is an easy to use, all-in-one media for use with light and medium colored garments. The iColor 1 Step Transfer Media is easy to use, very inexpensive and features a very soft hand. This one step system saves time because there is no adhesive pressing step. Print and press directly to your garment in 15 seconds! No weeding necessary - produce quality images while dramatically reducing your production time.Designed to work with the iColor series of specialty printers, the iColor 1-Step Transfer Media will also work with many popular color laser printers - white toner enabled printers are suggested for best results.

Comparable to the Uninet iColor Light 1 Step Transfer & Adhesive Media for Light & Medium Colored Textiles.

  • Letter Size (8.5 x 11 inches)
  • Works with Uninet icolor & Oki (icolor 500, icolor 540, icolor 550, icolor 560, icolor 600, icolor800, as well as the Oki Pro 9541WT, Oki C711WT, C831TS, Pro8432WT etc)
  • Save Time (no adhesive pressing) - Print and press directly to your garment in just 15 seconds!
  • No weeding necessary - Produce quality images while dramatically reducing your production time
    • Sold in packs of 20.

      IMPORTANT: No adhesive is needed, this paper already has it.


WARNING: WORK IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA and use Protective Equipment when working with DTF products and processes as fumes may be hazardous. DTF inks and film require a good humidity environment - over 40% humidity is highly recommended to minimize risk of ink clogs and film buckling.