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Sublimation Racetrack Door Mats

Description

We offer a heavy duty rubber backing and a polyester top that is perfect for sublimation printing, UV Printing, or other methods you may need. Our product is designed to be durable and long lasting, making it an ideal choice for your printing needs. Plus, the rubber backing provides an extra layer of protection and cushioning. Let us know if you have any other questions about our product or if you'd like to place a shipped out order. We'd be glad to help!

These mats do not quality for shipping and must be purchased in boxed quantity.  Shipping will be quoted offline - send us an email with the style and quantity as well as your shipping address making sure to note if its a residential or business address.

18 x 30 rectangle comes in 10 per box

24 x 36 rectangle comes in 7 per box

30 x 47 rectangle comes in 5 per box

24 x 36 semi circle comes in 7 per box.

Decoration:

Print your sublimation design (remember to mirror the image!) on your sublimation printer.

 Before turning on your heat press place a piece of cardboard and the doormat on the lower platen. The cardboard is there to help support the doormat while pressing.

Adjust the pressure on the heat press to accommodate the thickness of the doormat and cardboard. You may need to loosen the pressure significantly.

Turn on the heat press and set it to 400 degrees F.  While it's warming up, roll a lint roller over the doormat to remove any lint or dust. (Directions with Mint Starcraft Heat press)

Place and adhere the sublimation transfer face down, centered on the doormat. Use a few pieces of heat resistance tape around the corners of the transfer. Because the entire design will not fit in the heat press at one time, you'll need to press this in 2 sections. Cover everything with a piece of parchment paper, and press the first section for 60 seconds.  Carefully slide the cardboard to press the second section for 60 seconds.  It should be easy to tell what area of the sublimation transfer hasn't been pressed yet.

  • Another Press Time: 50-60 seconds
  • Temperature: 390-400°F
  • Pressure: Medium

Troubleshooting

The image came out light and/or faded: 

o The time setting may need to be increased.
o The temperature setting may need to be increased.
o The pressure setting on the press or wrap may be too light and need to be increased for better contact between the sublimation transfer paper and the surface of the product.
o The press or oven may not be heating at the temperature set on the display.
o The sublimated image may have been printed on the wrong side of the sublimation paper.

The image colours are dull on the sublimated product.

o The press/heat time may need to be decreased.
o The press/heat temperature may need to be decreased.
o The print settings may need to be adjusted. Also check that the proper paper type and/or colour profile is selected before printing the image.

The image colours are not correct on the sublimated product.

o The print settings may need to be adjusted. Also check that the proper paper type and/or colour profile is selected before printing the image.

o Convert the colours used in the image to RGB color mode in the design/layout software before printing.

o If spot colours are used in the image (common for logos), convert the spot colours to RGB colour mode in the design/layout software before printing.

The sublimation paper is brown and sticking to the product.

o The press/heat time may need to be decreased.
o The press/heat temperature may need to be decreased.
o The pressure setting may need to be decreased.
o Use of a different sublimation paper brand or type may be needed for the particular product.

The sublimated image appears blurry or fuzzy.

o The pressure setting may need to be increased.
o The sublimation transfer paper may need to be secured to the product to prevent the paper from moving.


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$19.00

    • Shipped today? Order within: Jul 15, 2024 12:00:00 -0400

    Description

    We offer a heavy duty rubber backing and a polyester top that is perfect for sublimation printing, UV Printing, or other methods you may need. Our product is designed to be durable and long lasting, making it an ideal choice for your printing needs. Plus, the rubber backing provides an extra layer of protection and cushioning. Let us know if you have any other questions about our product or if you'd like to place a shipped out order. We'd be glad to help!

    These mats do not quality for shipping and must be purchased in boxed quantity.  Shipping will be quoted offline - send us an email with the style and quantity as well as your shipping address making sure to note if its a residential or business address.

    18 x 30 rectangle comes in 10 per box

    24 x 36 rectangle comes in 7 per box

    30 x 47 rectangle comes in 5 per box

    24 x 36 semi circle comes in 7 per box.

    Decoration:

    Print your sublimation design (remember to mirror the image!) on your sublimation printer.

     Before turning on your heat press place a piece of cardboard and the doormat on the lower platen. The cardboard is there to help support the doormat while pressing.

    Adjust the pressure on the heat press to accommodate the thickness of the doormat and cardboard. You may need to loosen the pressure significantly.

    Turn on the heat press and set it to 400 degrees F.  While it's warming up, roll a lint roller over the doormat to remove any lint or dust. (Directions with Mint Starcraft Heat press)

    Place and adhere the sublimation transfer face down, centered on the doormat. Use a few pieces of heat resistance tape around the corners of the transfer. Because the entire design will not fit in the heat press at one time, you'll need to press this in 2 sections. Cover everything with a piece of parchment paper, and press the first section for 60 seconds.  Carefully slide the cardboard to press the second section for 60 seconds.  It should be easy to tell what area of the sublimation transfer hasn't been pressed yet.

    • Another Press Time: 50-60 seconds
    • Temperature: 390-400°F
    • Pressure: Medium

    Troubleshooting

    The image came out light and/or faded: 

    o The time setting may need to be increased.
    o The temperature setting may need to be increased.
    o The pressure setting on the press or wrap may be too light and need to be increased for better contact between the sublimation transfer paper and the surface of the product.
    o The press or oven may not be heating at the temperature set on the display.
    o The sublimated image may have been printed on the wrong side of the sublimation paper.

    The image colours are dull on the sublimated product.

    o The press/heat time may need to be decreased.
    o The press/heat temperature may need to be decreased.
    o The print settings may need to be adjusted. Also check that the proper paper type and/or colour profile is selected before printing the image.

    The image colours are not correct on the sublimated product.

    o The print settings may need to be adjusted. Also check that the proper paper type and/or colour profile is selected before printing the image.

    o Convert the colours used in the image to RGB color mode in the design/layout software before printing.

    o If spot colours are used in the image (common for logos), convert the spot colours to RGB colour mode in the design/layout software before printing.

    The sublimation paper is brown and sticking to the product.

    o The press/heat time may need to be decreased.
    o The press/heat temperature may need to be decreased.
    o The pressure setting may need to be decreased.
    o Use of a different sublimation paper brand or type may be needed for the particular product.

    The sublimated image appears blurry or fuzzy.

    o The pressure setting may need to be increased.
    o The sublimation transfer paper may need to be secured to the product to prevent the paper from moving.


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