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HTV Vinyl, Heat Transfer (Iron on) Vinyl UK for Cricut

HTV vinyl is known as heat transfer vinyl, you choose the best Iron on vinyl, cheap vinyl, craft vinyl, heat press vinyl from a huge range of colours, designs and sizes.

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Heat transfer vinyl help crafters make imagination into reality.  HTV vinyl is known as heat transfer vinyl, HTV, iron on vinyl, heat press vinyl,  craft vinyl, cheap vinyl, transferable vinyl, etc. You choose HTV vinyl from a huge range of colours, designs and sizes, including htv vinyl sheets, htv vinyl rolls, holographic vinyl, patterned vinyl, glitter vinyl, metallic vinyl, chameleon vinyl, etc. Iron on vinyl UK is widely used in clothes\cups\pillows\sheets\bags and so on. Heat transfer vinyl UK offers a soft, luxurious feel that will accent your garment perfectly. Our transferable vinyl is perfect for customising to your T shirts or other textiles.


1. What is htv vinyl?

Heat Transfer Vinyl, also known as HTV, HPV (Heat Press Vinyl), or T-Shirt Vinyl. It is made of PET (a transparent film), vinyl (made by PU or PVC), and hot-melt adhesive. While heating the HTV, the hot melt adhesive will melt and transfer PU or PVC seamlessly to the substrate. 

HTV allows you to do a do-it-yourself project. Design an image first. After tracing the image, cut the heat press vinyl on a cutting machine (such as Cricut Explore Air and Silhouette Cameo). Next, weed away the excess iron on transfers vinyl from the image. Then, heat-apply the iron on vinyl UK onto a substrate, primary fabrics such as cotton, polyester, and canvas. So hobbyists can apply the htv vinyl uk on their t-shirts, hats, canvas bags, etc.


2. How to use iron on vinyl?


Step 1: Design your artwork

Create the design using vector graphic software, such as Silhouette Studio, adobe illustrator, and Cricut Design Space.

Step 2: Cut the Design & HTV 

Mirror the design, then send the heat vinyl transfer to a cutter. Set the parameters according to the material, speed, and pressure. Stick the iron on vinyl on a cutting mat with the vinyl and the hot melt adhesive is on the top. Then, start to cut the iron on transfers for clothing.

Step 3: Weed the Excess

Use a weeding tool to weed away the heat press vinyl around the cut-lines. Leave the image on the PET.

Step 4: Heat Apply 

Turn the heat transfer vinyl over and lay it on the garment. In case of destroying the image, you need to cove a Teflon sheet above the. According to the instruction, set the temperature and pressure. Then, use a heat press machine to apply the design.


3. Best heat transfer vinyl UK


Finding the HTV is often down to personal preference. The main features of the perfect HTV are as follows:

Quality: Some online retailers offer HTV in sheets, rolls, and bundles which can vary in quality. Good quality HTV is primarily produced using PU (polyurethane) rather than PVC. PU iron on transfers is thin yet opaque, easy to weed, quick to apply, and long-lasting. PVC is cheaper to manufacture. Besides, good quality heat press vinyl tends to be more durable and hard to peel off, fade, crack and wash away. 

Range of Colors: Most heat transfer vinyl colors in solid color with satin or matt finish. Famous brands give consumers a wider choice of colors available. 

Easy Application: The process of heat-applying should be quick and easy. Compared with PVC-based HTV, the PU-based HTV tends to be easy to peel and has good adhesion.

HTVRONT is one of the best heat transfer vinyl wholesale UK and cheap vinyl.

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