Goof Proof screen printed numbers are available in a wide variety of colors to coordinate with any team's home and away uniforms to create personalized football, basketball, baseball, and hockey jerseys, or any other sport uniforms. Request a Goof Proof Number sample.
5 pack: Includes five of the same digit per pack.
Express packs: Number two teams from 1-12 with extras, contains 60 digits.
Kits: Number 15 teams 1-15, contains 315 digits. (Free storage box)
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Champ - 1 Color
White, Black, Bubblegum Pink, Columbia Blue, Dark Green, Gold, Grey, Kelly, Maroon, Navy, Orange, Purple, Red, Royal, Texas Orange, Vegas Gold
All Star - 1 Color
White, Black, Bubblegum Pink, Dark Green, Gold, Grey, Kelly, Maroon, Navy, Orange, Purple, Red, Royal
Goal - 1 Color
Kingdom - 1 Color
White, Black, Gold, Navy, Red, Royal
Soccer - 1 Color
White, Black, Gold, Navy, Red, Royal
Champ - 2 Color (fill/outline)
Black Outlines: White/Black, Red/Black Columbia Outlines: Navy/Columbia Gold Outlines: Black/Gold, White/Gold, Dark Green/Gold, Navy/Gold, Purple/Gold, Royal/Gold Grey Outlines: Black/Grey, Navy/Grey, Red/Grey Navy Outlines: Red/Navy Orange Outlines: Black/Orange, Navy/Orange, Red Outlines: Black/Red, White/Red, Navy/Red, Royal/Red Vegas Gold Outlines: Black/Vegas Gold, Burgundy/Vegas Gold Navy/Vegas Gold White Outlines: Black/White, Dark Green/White, Gold/White, Grey/White, Kelly/White, Maroon/White, Navy/White, Orange/White, Purple/White, Red/White, Royal/White, Vegas Gold/White
Please check transfers carefully before heat-applying. An extra transfer is included for testing.
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.
Place the transfer face down on the garment. Close the heat press and heat for 3-5 seconds.
The recommended time, temperature, and pressure settings are for Stahls' Hotronix® heat press machines. Settings on other heat presses may vary.
When placing arched names over 8" numbers on the back of a split front baseball jersey what is the recommended placement for the names? The numbers?
The same guidelines can be used when applying Express Names™ and our Easy Prints® Numbers use the same guidelines. Place the name about 4 fingers down from the neck seam with the numbers touching the Express Names™ paper. If using the Peel n’ Press letters the number usually starts at the lowest point of the arched name.
Are there any special considerations when transferring names and numbers onto 100% polyester or sublimation dyed garments?
All of our products will adhere to 100% polyester. If the fabric was dyed you may get some bleed through since the heat will cause the garment color to sublimate further. Elasti-Prints™ work best on sublimation.
Can screen printed names and number be applied at the same time?
Yes, the names and numbers are designed to be applied at the same time. The release paper is printed with a grid and sized for easy alignment.
Why is it necessary to pre-heat a garment before heat applying?
Pre-heating your garment removes the chemicals and moisture that may be in the garment due to manufacturing. Also, pre-heating assures a wrinkle free surface for heat application.
If I just printed the front, can I print the back?
Our heat presses have a non-stick coating, so printing on the back is as simple as flipping the shirt over and applying the back. The front print will not be affected.
Can I add a number to the same side of a shirt already printed with a transfer?
Yes, just position the number and cover the existing print with a cover sheet, heat apply according to the application instructions.
When ordering 2 color numbers: If I want purple numbers outlined in white, when I pick the color options, is it purple/white or white/purple?
The second color listed is the outline color, so purple/white is purple with a white outline.
Can I use numbers on nylon jerseys?
Our numbers are guaranteed to work when applied to cotton, polyester, or cotton/poly blends. They typically do not work on nylon.