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4220-19-10 E-ZEE HEAT SEAL 5ml
#4220-19-50 E-Zee Heat Seal 4220, 5 mil. Madeira Heat Seal
4220-19-10

Product Description

19inX10yd ROLL NYLON





E-Zee Heat Seal 4220 5 mil. is a transparent nylon double-side adhesive film.

It has heat-activated adhesive on both sides. A special release paper is on one side to allow for pressing. It is a highly bondable heat seal used primarily on the back side of badges that will be permanently sealed to garments or hats. It adheres well to acetate, silk, cotton, rayon and wool. It provides exceptional dry cleaning resistance and excellent wash-ability. Made of nylon (polyamide).

Specifications:

  • E-Zee Heat Seal 4220
  • Transparent
  • Nylon (polyamide)
  • 5 mil.
  • Double-sided heat activated film
  • 19" x 10 yard roll

For use with:

  • Badges
  • Patches
  • Emblems

Heat press settings:

  • Machine setting: 320°F to 392°F (160°C to 200°C)
  • Dwell time: 20 to 30 seconds
  • Pressure: 2.5 to 4.2 Bar (40-60 psi)

How to use:
Hoop fabric, crinoline and/or stabilizer. Embroider design and un-hoop. Lay a piece of E-Zee Heat Seal on the reverse side of the embroidery with the release paper facing up. Use a heat press or iron to bond the E-Zee Heat Seal to the fabric (see chart above). Allow to cool and then pull off the release paper. Cut the patch to shape with scissors or a die cutter. Finish the edges with a serging machine or a zig-zag stitch on a home sewing machine.

Please note:
The recommended heat setting for the garment or substrate must be taken into account when setting the temperature of the iron or heat press for heat seals. Use a press cloth or silicone sheet as needed. ALWAYS test at the lowest temperature and time first.

DOCUMENTS AND INFORMATIONAL SHEETS

E-Zee Heat Seal 4220 Information sheet.pdf

How to Make Patches.pdf

How to Make Applique.pdf

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