Decorate Hard Goods Using Heat Transfer

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Debra Romalia is the Vice President of GroupeSTAHL’s Content Marketing in Sterling Heights, Michigan.

Most hard goods can’t take the heat and/or pressure required for heat application. Pressure-sensitive materials are a good option for a permanent application using just a cutter. Alternately, semi-hard substrates like leather padfolios or eyeglass cases can take the heat and pressure when using the right heat transfer vinyl. 

—Debra Romalia, STAHL’s