Fine TPU DTF Powder Hot Melt Adhesive Powder 1kg

$ 27.99

Introducing our 1kg Fine DTF Powder – the ultimate choice for direct-to-film printing. Crafted with precision and attention to detail, this high-quality powder is engineered to elevate your printing experience.

Unmatched Stretchability: Our DTF powder boasts exceptional stretchability, ensuring your designs stay intact even on flexible and stretchy fabrics. Say goodbye to cracked or distorted prints.

Silky Soft Hand Feel: With our DTF powder, you'll experience a luxurious soft hand feel on your printed garments. It adds a premium touch to your designs, making them comfortable to wear all day long.

No More Clumping: Tired of dealing with powders that clump up in your shaker? Our fine DTF powder is designed to flow smoothly, preventing clumps and ensuring a consistent distribution for optimal printing results.

Film-Friendly: Our DTF powder is film-friendly, meaning it won't cling to non printed areas during the transfer process.

Elevate your direct-to-film printing game with our 5kg Fine DTF Powder. Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting out, you can trust in the quality and performance of our powder to deliver outstanding results every time..


  • Premium stretchy quality.
  • Soft and smooth finish.
  • Does not clump up in shaker. 
  • Size 80-170μm

Note: Curing and heat pressing of DTF transfers should be conducted in a well-ventilated room with adequate air flow. Breathing in fumes from the process can be hazardous to health, so precautions should be taken.

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  • What temperature should I bake the print with black powder

    You can use the common settings you currently use with white powder. 275 for a minute.

  • I saw a quilting video where the person used a grainular white substance and then ironed the one piece of fabric to another. She didn't use adhesive spray. I want to avoid adhesive spray. Does this product give you "temporary fabric adhesive" or is it "permeant"?

    This is a permanent solution.

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