What Makes Waterslide Decals So Great Waterslide decals get their name from their method of application onto various products. The decals are soaked in water and then applied directly onto the product, this process is called water transfer printing. This method has become popular because it is an affordable and cost-effective way to apply logos and designs onto irregularly shaped products.Read More
Waterslide Decal VS Dry Transfer Decals Dry transfer decals are a printing method that involves printing photos such as portraits and scenery on colored inkjet paper using sublimation ink and then heating the paper to a certain temperature by the transfer printing equipment to print the image on paper to items of different materials such as glass, metal, plastic, clothing, etc.Read More
Printing Color of Decals The method allows for vivid colors to be applied on transparent PVA film that will permanently adhere to many different materials. The colors we typically use include black, white, blue-green, fuschia, yellow, red, purple, green, silver, gold, etc. Our professional team can help you with the design process and we will use advanced production equipment to create decals with lively colors and clear patterns.Read More
Waterslide Decal Instructions Maintain an appropriate water temperature. Temperature will affect the effectiveness of the waterslide decals. Generally, when the temperature is low, the decals will be fragile and can crack after application. Therefore, the users can soak the decals in hot water or water with alcohol or softeners added. The proportion can be determined according to the situation during printing.Read More
STORAGE of Decals
Waterslide decals are best used within three months. The longer the storage time, the lower the activity of the chemicals in the waterslide decals. Thus, the use of the waterslide decals will be affected.
The temperature of the warehouse where the waterslide decals are stored should not be too high. The optimum temperature is between 15 and 25 ℃.