• Polyester Transfer Tape for Heat Pressing
    HotMask


RTape's Hotmask™ series of self-wound polyester transfer tapes are designed to protect printed heat transfer material from the high temperatures of heat pressing. Available in different tack levels, HotMask® transfers print and cut graphics from the carrier film and aids alignment of the graphic to the garment. Following the heat pressing cycle, you can remove HotMask® within a few seconds, while it is still warm. Promptly peeling the masking while warm, ensures clean removal without any residue on the printed graphic.



Features

Polyester transfer tape

Benefits

Protects the printed surface from discoloration
Removes easily without any adhesive residue
Compatible with all brands and types of printable heat- activated media

Applications

Printed flock films
Polyurethane films
Vinyl films



HM350 Hotmask

Medium Tack Transfer Tape for Heat Pressing

A medium tack level, HM350 HotMask™ transfers print and cut graphics from the carrier film and aids alignment of the graphic to the garment.

HM350 Hotmask

Medium Tack Transfer Tape for Heat Pressing

HM375 HotMask

HIgh Tack Transfer Tape for Heat Pressing

A high tack level, HM375 HotMask™ transfers print and cut graphics from the carrier film and aids alignment of the graphic to the garment. Use for transferring flock material

HM375 HotMask

HIgh Tack Transfer Tape for Heat Pressing

 

Whether you're screen printing, decorating garments or painting a sign, RTape has the specialty tape to make your job faster, easier and trouble free.

Tips and Tricks

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