Heat Printing Tough Enough for Football

The heat print embellishments (name and number) produced by Stahls' Decorating Fulfillment Center (DFC) were for both players to wear “on field” as well as to be distributed by the player to family members and friends of the player.

It’s never been an issue in my mind–I know that heat printing is one of the most durable and reliable methods of garment decoration. After all, Thermo-FILM(R) is still the world’s #1 choice for numbers and letters on all types of sports jerseys. You can’t walk past a playing field or gym that doesn’t have heat printing on the shirts. There are thermal-activated adhesives available for permanent, and I mean outlast the life of the garment permanent, application on any fabric. Stahls’ manufactures a wide range of materials with an even wider range of thermal adhesives on the back. Which is why you’ll find Stahls’ numbers and letters on just about every pro team on television. I already shared with you the role Stahls’ Decorating Fulfillment Center is playing in preparing 2400 jerseys for the NHL All-Star game this weekend, and you will also see Stahls’ heat printing products on the backs of the NFL jerseys being worn at the Pro Bowl in Hawaii on January 30th. If that’s not proof that heat printing is tough, I don’t know what is.

Heat printing is tough enough for the roughest of contact sports.

The heat print customization that the players, their friends and family will be wearing shipped out today from Stahls’ Decorating Fulfillment Center.  Wish I could be there in person to make sure they arrived safely. Aloha.

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