Sublimation is the process of converting something from a liquid or solid to a gaseous form. Dye sublimation converts dye-based ink to a gas that dyes polyester or polymers. Images drawn on plain paper with our markers or pressed onto paper using our stamp pads. The image is then laid on polyester apparel or polymer-coated items and heated with a craft iron or heat press to temperatures around 400F. At that temperature, the ink converts to a dye and stains the molecules creating a lasting image.
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