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Kiss Cut is a brand new patented transfer paper. Designed for inkjet printing the Kiss Cut process is unique in that only the image area is actually transferred to the garment leaving zero polymer overprint,  " it self weeds" KissCut paper also offers amazing wash fastness, superior print quality and the look and feel of a traditional screen print, all from an Epson desktop printer.
So kiss goodbye to cutting and enter the polymer free zone !

Regular transfer paper
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KissCut Self Weeding Transfer Paper
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KissCut Self Weeding Transfer Paper is the first inkjet paper that only transfers the printed image across to the garment. Unlike regular transfer papers that leave overprint unless you spend time cutting or weeding the image, KissCut actually weeds itself allowing the decorator to create extremely complicated or intricate designs never before possible using digital methods. KissCut is the first transfer paper that is capable of producing retail quality garments with a digital method.

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When using KissCut paper we recommend the use of KissInks. KissInks are designed to work with Epson desktop printers and when combined with KissCut Paper will produce a transfer with industry leading wash fastness and the look and feel of a traditional screen printed image.

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Taking digital transfer to a new extreme, the KissCut process is capable of adding special effects to your garments. Because of the technology that we use once the image is transferred to your garment you can then further embellish and enhance your transfer with a huge range of foils and metallics allowing the decorator to produce even more complicated and creative designs.

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