These Enamel Cups are perfect for camping and now back in stock at RQC Supply! This product is user-friendly and easy to sublimate your crafting products on. When it comes to sublimation, you can put anything on your mug, for example, Team logos, Business logos, Personal Photos, and even personalized artwork. This makes the possibilities endless. This enamel mug has that fantastic camping look, and it is very durable with a black, silver, or white rim. Whether it is for camping or for just having around the house, this mug is perfect for you. Enamel mugs are great for outdoors, camping, picnics, and more as they are perfectly safe to place over open flames to heat just about anything — coffee, hot chocolate, beans, wine, soup, or whiskey as they are impact resistant.
Imprint area: 7.70" x 2.40"
Material: Enamel SPCC + 304 Stainless Steel Rim
Product Dimensions: 3.14" x 3.39"
Colour: Silver Rim, Black Rim, Navy Rim, White Rim
Manufacturer Heat Method: mug press 360 F, 150 sec
*Time and temperature seem to vary based on equipment.
Customer feedback heat recommendations: (1) 365F for 120 seconds in a press with an 11 oz attachment. (2) 400F for 170 seconds.
Customer feedback suggestions: if it's a double sided design, it works best if you cut the paper in half rather than just wrapping it around the entire cup, let cool for 10 seconds, then remove the paper. These don't need to be (and shouldn't be) cooled in water
Stainless Steel Great for camping and destination promotions Enamel SPCC Coating. Please note that due to the nature of enamel products, the surface of each mug will differ slightly. You may notice tiny lumps and bumps in some mugs, and the occasional small blemish, mark, and scratch, particularly around the lip. This is the nature of enamel mugs and adds to its rustic look.
Note: These instructions are guidelines only and are based on the inks, paper, and products we supply. Your inks, papers, etc., may require adjustments in your time/temp settings. If you find a different setting, it is ideal to email us with the method of application and temp/time settings you used; that would be great.