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Laminator Use?

Started by aziltz, April 14, 2011, 08:55:58 PM

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Quote from: aziltz on May 05, 2011, 08:51:46 AM
i was asking because according to the Pulsar people in the link above, PNP Blue is too thick to work well in a laminator.

Well, that's because they want you to buy their transfer paper :)

PNP will work just as well as anything else. The secret to getting the best transfer is using an iron and a laminator. The iron applies more direct heat and pressure to a very small area, and the laminator applies some heat and pressure over a very wide area. I iron for a bit, run it through the laminator a few times and then iron just a bit more. This gets amazing results..especially with the Sterling paper (which costs about 4 cents a page).


great thanks for your comments.

I found this link from diystomps where you were plugging the stuff,