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DTF hot peel versus cold peel film refers to the film’s temperature for peeling after heat pressing it. With a hot peel, you peel immediately after heat pressing. A cold peel must cool first. This cooling period is usually about 5 - 10 seconds after it is heat pressed. Cold Peel does not mean the transfer has to be truly “cold”. Most people prefer a hot peel film that gives a softer feel to the print. Cold peel has a more glossy, thicker feeling finish.

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