Glow-in-the-Dark Screen Printed Transfers

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Turn the lights out and illuminate the room with the glow of these custom screen printed transfers. Request a Glow-In-The-Dark sample.

  • Perfect for Halloween, birthday parties, bands, or any group or event that wants its message to be seen, even in the dark.
  • Appears as frosted, off-white in daylight; glows a brilliant green in the dark.
  • Works best on dark apparel.
  • To keep illuminated, the print can be recharged in normal room light.
  • Recommended Fabrics: cotton, polyester, poly/cotton blends.
  • Estimate costs with the Screen Print Price Calculator.



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Tips / Application


Please check transfers carefully before heat-applying. An extra transfer is included for testing.

Pre-Heat Garment

First, place the garment on platen, heat press for 3-5 seconds or until there is no more steam to remove wrinkles and moisture. Ensure there are no obstructions such as buttons, pockets, or seams. If there are, raise only the print area with a Print Perfect Pad.

Position & Press

Place the transfer face down on the garment. Close the heat press and heat for 10 seconds.

The recommended time, temperature, and pressure settings are for Stahls' Hotronix® heat press machines. Settings on other heat presses may vary.

  • Time: 10 Seconds
  • Temperature: 340ºF
  • Pressure: medium
  • Peel: warm


How do I get the transfer to glow in the dark?

Glow-in-the-Dark transfers will glow after being exposed to direct light and can be recharged doing the same. The glow will fade slowly in the dark over time.

What colors are the Glow transfers in daylight?

In daylight, the Glow-in-the-Dark ink is a frosted off-white.

What is the shelf life of your transfers?

The transfers have indefinite shelf life when stored in proper conditions. It is not recommended storing them in areas with high humidity or high temperature.

On what types of fabrics can screen printed transfers be applied?

Screen printed transfers can be applied to cotton, polyester, or cotton/poly blends.

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