Holographic Heat Transfer Vinyl 10ft



TECKWRAP Holographic Heat Transfer Vinyl

  • 10"x10ft.

TeckWrap heat transfer vinyl provides a selection of colors in 12 series, including regular look vinyl, glitter, holographic, metallic, pearlescent, chameleon, colorful glitter, plaid, and opal - Just as many as our adhesive craft vinyl selection, giving you extra possibilities for projects that require heat-activated vinyl.  

Our heat transfer craft vinyl is great for fabric, wood, ceramic, metal, and any surface that can undergo high temperatures. They are ideal for customizations like bags or T-shirts. Find the materials you fancy, and start crafting your own project now.

How to use it

  • Compatible with Craft Cutters, Die Cutters, Sign Plotters,etc.
  • Mirror/Reverse your image design.
  • Place vinyl (gloss side) onto cutting mat .
  • Adjust proper blade speed and cutting pressure .
  • Weed all of the excess slowly, leave the delicate design letters or graphics.
  • Make sure the finished product facing the right way once ironed onto your fabric.
  • Lay out the fabric.Place the t-shirt or fabric on a hard, flat clean dry surface.
  • Place a cardboard to protect transferred image onto both sides of t-shirt.
  • Set a heat press machine from 150℃(302℉) to 160℃(320℉) .
  • Press it only for 8-12 seconds at medium pressure.
  • Iron on the vinyl gloss side. Do not use steam iron.
  • Disperse the iron's heat evenly.Be sure to consistently apply pressure so the complete image is fully attached and prevent scorching the paper and cracking the image.
  • Wait for the vinyl to COOL and gently peel off backing after few minutes.

Delivery terms

The goods are shipped on Incoterms DDU – Delivery Duty Unpaid. The payment for the goods doesn’t include taxes and duties. Please contact us if you need assistance in customs clearance. Customers from Germany and Italy require tax number.


The images, colors, and finishes on screen are approximate. For the real representation of the product always check the color swatch. Rolls from the same production LOT number should be used for completing a wrap job as a slight batch to batch variation of color may occur.