Do you also heat press t-shirts? Help me out

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2019-10-03 20:53:38

Sooo, I have been using pixelmator pro to print tshirts with my designs.

I used a heat press and everything seemed like it went well. I even washed this shirt and the design came out intact.

Except for this stain, I have no idea how it got like that. I figured that if it was because of water, washing the tee would eff it up, but it didn't.

I think this happened after I washed my face while wearing it and some water fell on top of the design and maybe I should've wiped it off immediately??? idk...

So is there a way to fix or at least prevent this from happening?

Is there something i can press on top of my design to make sure it's "sealed"?

thank you

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2019-10-04 08:33:56

I have no suggestions so the following is pretty useless but it's very cool to see Pixelmator Pro being used for stuff like this, seriously!
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2020-12-30 15:17:36

I'd go over the quick press for a heat press. It takes full pressure to make clothes with vinyl to make it stick and remain . In my view, you can just get the pressure the consumer puts on with the simple click at topvinylcutters.com, it is just a big hammer. I'd go for a minimum swing away heat press of 15'