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Magic Mask® - High Tack

One mask. Multiple uses.

  • Aggressive, high tack
  • Perfect as a carrier for thicker fabrics, like Poly-TWILL™
  • High tack helps masking of detailed print/cut designs
  • Great as a backing for store-bought fabric for use with your vinyl cutter or flatbed cutter
  • Order online and save 5%, discount is applied automatically
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Overview

  • Aggressive, high tack
  • Perfect as a carrier for thicker fabrics, like Poly-TWILL™
  • High tack helps masking of detailed print/cut designs
  • Great as a backing for store-bought fabric for use with your vinyl cutter or flatbed cutter
  • Order online and save 5%, discount is applied automatically
Tips/Features

Magic Mask- High Tack

Masking Process for Printable Heat Transfer Material

Step 1: Remove mask from liner.

Step 2: Position mask over weeded design. Use a squeegee to eliminate air bubbles.

Step 3: Remove design from carrier by pulling at a 90 degree angle.

Step 4: Place masked design back on liner until ready to heat apply.

Tip: Save the protective mask liner sheet to cover and protect cut design.

Masking Process for Fabric

Step 1: Cut fabric to fit mask.

Step 2: Lay fabric, adhesive side up, on flat surface.

Step 3: Remove protective sheet liner from mask. The liner is a thin sheet of plastic that covers the adhesive side of the mask.

Step 4: Lay mask out onto fabric, adhesive side to adhesive side.

Step 5: Feed into flatbed or vinyl cutter.

Step 6: Set cutting specs on your cutter.

Step 7: Cut design in "Positive Mode" - do not mirror image.

Step 8: When ready for use, remove graphic from mask and lay out for digitizing or sewing.


Tip: High Tack Magic Mask is reusable for approximately 10-15 uses. Simply remove unused fabric from the mask, lay down a new piece of fabric, and repeat steps 4-8.