FAQ - Tumbler Wraps

Our printed vinyl wraps are available in white adhesive vinyl, or clear adhesive vinyl. We use Orajet high-quality gloss outdoor vinyl and print on 651 equivalent adhesive vinyl using eco-solvent inks on a commercial printer.

Our sublimation prints are printed on our favourite sublimation paper on our commercial sub printer. 

These wraps fit most 20oz skinny *straight* tumblers. We have left the edges for you to trim for the best possible fit. 

The vinyl wraps are best used on tumblers that will be coated in epoxy or an epoxy alternative product. 

The sublimation wraps can be used without epoxy. 

A few things to note about sublimation and sublimation transfers:

  • Sublimation transfers require a HEAT PRESS OR CONVECTION OVEN  to be applied. They can not be applied with an iron.

  • Transfers must be used on a substrate coated for sublimation (tumblers, etc.) The substrate must be white or a light color such as an silver. The image will not show up on black or dark substrates. Any other colors other than white may alter the colors when pressed. Please ensure you are using tumblers designs for sublimation. 

  • Our sublimation set up does not use white ink therefore if there is white in the design it will become the color of the substrate you apply it to (example: if there is white in the design and you press it to a a white tumbler, that part would be white...But if there is white in the design and you press on a coloured tumbler, the colour of the tumbler will show through on the "white" areas of the design.)

  • The colors on the listing may differ from the colors on transfer. The true colors will show once pressed to the substrate.

  • Transfers will have the image reversed, this is because you will be pressing the image face down on your substrate, which will press the image the correct way (right to left)

There are no returns or refunds on any transfers. PLEASE DOUBLE CHECK SIZING as every manufacturer is different! 

TEST pieces - We will send you two small test pieces marked "test" for you to do a test print on a scrap tumbler. This way you can track the time/temp/pressure that gives you the best results.