It is crucial to make sure that your jerseys are clean and dry before you install prints on them. Even if your jerseys are new, it is advisable to wash them first to prevent any excess ink from bleeding out during the first wash. If not removed before installation, this excess ink can damage your new prints.


1. For a smoother installation process, we suggest laying your jersey flat and placing a piece of cardboard inside to help it stay in place. This can make the process much easier and more efficient.

2. To remove the reverse translucent layer from a jersey print, first place the print face down on a bench. Slowly peel back the layer, ensuring the print stays stuck to the front transparent transfer layer. Start by pulling the corner and then using short, sharp intervals until the layer is completely removed.

3. To place the jersey print on the jersey, position it as desired. The transfer layer is transparent and somewhat sticky, which helps the print to stay in place during heating. However, it is not extremely sticky, so you can easily reposition the print before heating if you find your first placement is different.

4. Heat the print with a heat press or household iron at 265-300F degrees for around 20 seconds, with Medium pressure. Try to heat it consistently.

5. While the print is still warm, smoothly and slowly peel off the transparent transfer layer to expose the print, which will now be stuck to the jersey. If the transfer print is not sticking to the jersey, lay it back down and reheat it further.

6. Once the transparent transfer layer is completely removed, lay some baking/parchment paper over the print and heat it again for another 10-15 seconds. This will ensure the print stays down strong.

NOTE: Applying heat from an iron directly to a jersey or to the print may cause the print and jersey to melt. That is why you must place a layer in between, such as baking paper.


If you notice that the print on your jersey is starting to lift or peel, don’t worry. Cover the print with baking paper and apply heat and pressure as described earlier. The material used for the print becomes sticky under high temperatures, so even if it has been months since washing or wearing, reheating it will make it stick to the jersey as it should.You may also find your jersey print becomes wrinkled during washing. You can fix this by reheating it with parchment paper.

Do not dry clean jerseys with prints applied. Machine wash cold/warm only (not hot) with only mild detergents. Turn inside out to wash, too, to avoid zippers/buttons from other garments scratching the print. Hang to dry; do not tumble dry.If you need clarification on any part of the installation process, we recommend sourcing further guidance from one of the many online third-party tutorial videos.