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Turnaround time: 1-3 business days.


A good-quality DTF transfer starts with good-quality artwork. Ideally, your image should be of high resolution, 300 DPI or higher, for DTF printing. Low-resolution images may result in an undesirable transfer, such as a pixelated appearance and white-ish outline. However, we may be able to help you!


Raster images (PNG files) are pixel-based and become pixelated when zoomed in, making them unsuitable for larger projects. Vector images, however, can be scaled to any size without loss of quality. Some low-resolution raster images may need to be converted to a vector format.


We will convert your blurry or pixelated images to vector format, eliminate busy or dark backgrounds, and provide you with usable art for DTF printing.


ATTENTION: If we are unable to fix your image, we will issue a refund.


To place an order, purchase this service and email us at with your artwork. Please include your order number in the subject line of your email.

Tax-Exempt: SERVICE - Fix My Low-Resolution Image

  • You have to have a heat press for best results. Cricut Easy Press may not work well because you need steady heavy pressure to apply DTF transfers.

    • Heat press settings: 300 degrees, 10 seconds, HIGH pressure. Make sure no seams prevent the press from applying even heavy pressure!
    • Pre-press your garment for 5 seconds to remove moisture.
    • Position your design, cover with parchment or Teflon sheet, and press.
    • Peel HOT.
    • Cover the design with parchment or Teflon sheet, and press for another 5 seconds, HIGH pressure. 
    • PLEASE NOTE: If applying to a 100% Polyester or Nylon material:
    1. Lower temperature to 275-285 degrees.
    2. Lay a thin cotton kitchen towel under the garment. The transfer absorbs humidity from the air. The moisture has to go somewhere, but polyester or nylon are not absorbent. The towel will ensure your transfer is applied correctly and looks fabulous.
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