12" x 300' Roll of Clear Transfer Tape for Vinyl, Made in America, Vinyl Transfer Tape with Alignment Grid for Cricut Crafts, Decals, and Letters (2023)

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The products we sell are online returns, overstock items, surplus inventory, in-store returns, delivery refusals, bulk volume sales, and sometimes things appear to be fine, but then don’t work. . . therefore We are offering the 24 Hour Guarantee on all items in this sale marked Factory Sealed and APPEARS NEW!!

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$0.01 - $75.00$1.00
$75.01 - $250.00$2.50
$250.01 - $500.00$5.00
$500.01 - $750.00$10.00
$750.01 - $1,000.00$25.00
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$5,000.01 - $10,000.00$100.00
$10,000.01 - $25,000.00$250.00
$25,000.01 - $50,000.00$500.00
$50,000.01 - $2,500,000.00$1,000.00

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723 E Young Ave
MO, 64093

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What is clear vinyl transfer tape used for? ›

Versatile use to transfer your decals, stickers, and glitter vinyl to walls, glass, or other project. Medium tack transfer tape. Just the right amount of sticky, but still releases the vinyl when applied. Grid on the backing paper allows you to cut the exact size for your design.

What is the best transfer tape to use for permanent vinyl? ›

Cricut Transfer Tape is the most commonly used transfer tape. You will use this transfer tape for your every day vinyl uses – Premium Vinyl, Permanent Vinyl, Foil Vinyl… anything NOT heavy duty (i.e. Glitter). Cricut Strong Grip Transfer Tape is a super strong transfer tape that is used primarily for glitter vinyl.

Do I need transfer tape for vinyl Cricut? ›

So do you need transfer tape? In short, probably. You can move vinyl from its backing to another location without transfer tape, but if there are any spaces or intricate details it will be very difficult. If you're new to using transfer tape, we have a great video tutorial!

What is the difference between transfer paper and transfer tape? ›

Transfer tape is clear and non gridded and comes in a roll without any type of backing. It's easy to see through which makes applying the vinyl relatively easy. Transfer paper has more of a sticky paper feel and can be gridded to "help" with alignment.

Why won t my Cricut vinyl stick to transfer tape? ›

After you've got your tape on your design, make sure you are burnishing (rubbing) on the front and back of the vinyl/transfer tape combination. This will help will getting the vinyl to stick to the tape.

Why won't my permanent vinyl come off the transfer tape? ›

Solution: If your vinyl is not releasing from the transfer tape then your transfer tape may be too sticky! If it's too sticky, the vinyl will stay on the tape no matter what surface you are applying it to. Use a different tape that is not as sticky. Another way to help this, is to de-stick your tape.

Why is my transfer tape not picking up my permanent vinyl? ›

There can be a few reasons for why your vinyl isn't sticking to the transfer tape: The vinyl is 'old' Poor quality vinyl (Oracal vinyl is recommended) Poor quality or low tack transfer tape (here's the transfer tape I recommend)

How many times can you reuse transfer tape for vinyl? ›

Did you know you can reuse the same piece of transfer tape multiple times? It's true! I can use pieces of my favorite clear transfer material three or four times each. So, when you peel off a piece of transfer tape, don't throw it away!

Which transfer tape is best for Cricut vinyl? ›

Cricut Vinyl StrongGrip Transfer Tape

Crafters will require a high-tack tape in order to transfer glitter or holographic vinyl, which can adhere to the textured surface. Cricut's StrongGrip Transfer Tape is one of the best high-tack options on the market, with its translucent finish and convenient grid lines.

What can I use instead of transfer tape for Cricut vinyl? ›

Clear Contact Paper

It is transparent, making it a good candidate as an alternative for clear transfer tape. It also comes in various sizes, unlike the first two options. Contact paper makes it much more ideal, especially if you're crafting large pieces of adhesive vinyl. It's the perfect alternative to transfer tape.

How do you keep vinyl from peeling off plastic cups? ›

Keep reading to discover easy ways to keep adhesive vinyl from peeling.
  1. Clean Your Surface. ...
  2. Use Heat To Help Dry Adhesive. ...
  3. Leave the Transfer Tape on the Vinyl. ...
  4. Use a Clear Coat of Paint.
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How do you keep vinyl from peeling off glass? ›

For vinyl graphics to look good and protected, you can spray it with clear coat paint. The vinyl is less likely to peel off when clearcoat paint is applied to it. This also helps clean the glass surface easier.

Do you mirror vinyl when using transfer tape? ›

The vinyl is placed on the transfer tape, then the paper backing attached to the vinyl is peeled off and placed on the project surface. Basically, it's like a sticker, that's why you don't need to mirror the image when creating a project using a permanent or removable vinyl.

Which transfer tape is best for smart vinyl? ›

Apply Transfer Tape

Note: Transfer Tape works for most vinyl types. Use StrongGrip Transfer Tape for vinyl with a textured finish, like Shimmer. StrongGrip Transfer Tape is too strong for other vinyl types.

Are there different types of transfer tape for vinyl? ›

Expressions Vinyl offers two main types of transfer tape. We have clear and we also have paper. The clear is a plasticy film, and the paper is more like, well, a paper with a sticky back. Both types come in rolls and sheets.

How can I make my vinyl stick better? ›

Try blowing a haridryer over your decal (not too hot or too close) and that should hopefully help the glue to become more tacky and stick better to your surface. Once your decal is applied properly it should last for a long time, without any need to do anything else to it.

Do you need strong grip transfer tape for permanent vinyl? ›

You can either get regular transfer tape, or strong grip transfer tape. The strong grip is made to work with heavier vinyls, specifically glitter vinyl. For most vinyl you will want to use the regular transfer tape. The strong grip will be too strong and you will not be able to get your vinyl off and onto your surface.

Can you transfer vinyl without transfer tape? ›

You will see that you can transfer vinyls easily without transfer tape. Tip: Organize your stuff, including excess vinyl, neatly after each project, this way you can check what other items are still available to use and reuse.

Do you iron over transfer tape Cricut? ›

To activate the adhesive on the heat transfer vinyl, you need two things: heat and pressure, both of which we can get using an iron. If you use a lot of heat transfer vinyl, then you may want to get a heat press or Cricut Easy Press down the road, but for today we will just focus on using an iron.

Can I use parchment paper instead of transfer paper? ›

Parchment paper is an economical substitute for expensive transfer paper. Baking parchment paper has a slightly waxy coat. This coat allows the image to transfer easily and without smearing. The paper is the right thickness for printing and will not stick to your clay.

Can you use parchment paper instead of transfer paper for vinyl? ›

However, there are some things you need to keep in mind. Using parchment paper for heat press works perfectly fine with fabric surfaces and vinyl. There's really no difference between this paper and Teflon. But you have to be careful with infusible ink, especially when working with mugs.

What is best to seal vinyl on plastic cups? ›

To seal vinyl, simply apply a coat of mod podge over your vinyl decal using a brush, just like you would with paint. Mod Podge works great for adding a personalized touch to mugs, tumblers, plates, and other dishwares.

Why does my vinyl keep peeling? ›

Temperature Irregularities

Another reason your heat transfer vinyl is peeling involves your pressing temperature. When you inadvertently set your heat press to the wrong temperature, you either don't melt the vinyl onto the fabric appropriately, or you damage the adhesive.

Why won't my vinyl stick to plastic? ›

If your plastic containers have been hanging out around your house, throw them in the dishwasher or wipe them down with some rubbing alcohol to make sure they are free from any dust or oils. This will help ensure your vinyl sticks well.

Is transfer tape the same as vinyl? ›

Transfer tape is essentially for all regular adhesive vinyl. Indoor vinyl, outdoor vinyl, stencil vinyl, chalkboard vinyl, adhesive foil, glitter vinyl… pretty much all adhesive vinyl is simple to transfer using transfer tape. BUT there's an exception to this! DON'T use transfer tape with printable adhesive vinyl.

Can I use press and seal instead of transfer tape? ›

Start at one corner and slowly peel up the Glad Press'n Seal. The vinyl sticks to it just like transfer tape. If you have some stubborn vinyl that isn't sticking to the Glad Press'n Seal, just lay the Glad Press'n Seal back down and scrape it a little more until the vinyl sticks.

Can you use clear transfer tape for a wet application? ›

Clear tape can be used with wet application, but it must be done more carefully.

How many times can you reuse transfer tape? ›

Did you know you can reuse the same piece of transfer tape multiple times? It's true! I can use pieces of my favorite clear transfer material three or four times each. So, when you peel off a piece of transfer tape, don't throw it away!

What else can you use instead of transfer tape? ›

Clear Contact Paper

It is transparent, making it a good candidate as an alternative for clear transfer tape. It also comes in various sizes, unlike the first two options. Contact paper makes it much more ideal, especially if you're crafting large pieces of adhesive vinyl. It's the perfect alternative to transfer tape.

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