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It is best that powder is applied to the film right after printing has been completed.

Next step is to shake off any excess powder and then use an anti-static duster in order to remove powder from parts of the film that the ink is not present.

See the link below:
https://dtgpro.com/cicproduct/dtf-pro-antistatic-duster.php

You continue with curing the powder evenly across the surface of the film.

See the product below:
https://dtgpro.com/cicproduct/dtf-pro-heatstation.php

When done, you may heat-transfer the image right away or store it in a dry environment (<35% humidity) for up to 7 days, prior to heat-transfering it.

Heat Press:
https://dtgpro.com/cicproduct/dtg-dk20s.php

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