Johnson Plastics Plus Sublimation Paper

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The best paper at the best price for hard & soft substrates!

The perfect paper choice for a general multi-purpose sublimation paper for hard and soft substrates.

The thicker bond of our sublimation paper keeps inks from bleeding through, which means more ink ends up on your substrate. With more ink making its way to your substrate, Johnson Plastics Plus sublimation paper gives you stunning, full-color results for every project. A great paper option for both hard and soft substrates with vibrant high-quality transfers with every press.

Johnson Plastics Plus has been a leader in sublimation papers and supplies for more than thirty years. Sublimation products that carry the Johnson Plastics Plus name have been tested to work with a wide range of sublimation printers, including leading brands such as Epson, Sawgrass, and more. When you print on Johnson Plastics Plus sublimation paper, you can be sure you'll get outstanding transfer results your customers will love.

Johnson Plastics Plus Sublimation Paper Benefits:
  • Affordably priced sublimation paper in all the sizes you need
  • Thicker bond ensures less bleeding through of the ink in the paper
  • Bright full-color results on hard surfaces and fabrics
  • High-quality results at a low cost price
  • Fast drying preventing smearing and smudging on your substrate
  • Apply to light colored poly coated fabrics and material
  • Works perfect with Sawgrass, Ricoh and Epson brand sublimation printers
  • We recommend using roll paper for your Epson F570, but if you need to use cut sheets, we've found the Johnson Plastics Plus paper is the best option
  • Use with poly blend light colored fabrics with a 60% or higher polyester count
  • Printing profile to select J15120/20 S-RACE

You should print your image/transfer on the bright white side (the other side is dull), and remember to mirror the image as well. If you're unsure which side is the bright white, bend your paper in half to compare one side to the other. Or keep your paper in the packaging, so the print side is always up, with the label indicating the print side.

The best paper at the best price for hard & soft substrates!

The perfect paper choice for a general multi-purpose sublimation paper for hard and soft substrates.

The thicker bond of our sublimation paper keeps inks from bleeding through, which means more ink ends up on your substrate. With more ink making its way to your substrate, Johnson Plastics Plus sublimation paper gives you stunning, full-color results for every project. A great paper option for both hard and soft substrates with vibrant high-quality transfers with every press.

Johnson Plastics Plus has been a leader in sublimation papers and supplies for more than thirty years. Sublimation products that carry the Johnson Plastics Plus name have been tested to work with a wide range of sublimation printers, including leading brands such as Epson, Sawgrass, and more. When you print on Johnson Plastics Plus sublimation paper, you can be sure you'll get outstanding transfer results your customers will love.

Johnson Plastics Plus Sublimation Paper Benefits:
  • Affordably priced sublimation paper in all the sizes you need
  • Thicker bond ensures less bleeding through of the ink in the paper
  • Bright full-color results on hard surfaces and fabrics
  • High-quality results at a low cost price
  • Fast drying preventing smearing and smudging on your substrate
  • Apply to light colored poly coated fabrics and material
  • Works perfect with Sawgrass, Ricoh and Epson brand sublimation printers
  • We recommend using roll paper for your Epson F570, but if you need to use cut sheets, we've found the Johnson Plastics Plus paper is the best option
  • Use with poly blend light colored fabrics with a 60% or higher polyester count
  • Printing profile to select J15120/20 S-RACE

You should print your image/transfer on the bright white side (the other side is dull), and remember to mirror the image as well. If you're unsure which side is the bright white, bend your paper in half to compare one side to the other. Or keep your paper in the packaging, so the print side is always up, with the label indicating the print side.

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