Propeel Hot Peel | DTF Heat Transfer Film


Garment Printer Ink SKU: propeel-hotpeel-13x328

13" x 328ft
24" x 328ft

Save time with Propeel's Hot Peel DTF Heat Transfer Film:

Look we know time is money💰 and more and more shops are switching over to hot peel for DTF to save up to half the time per transfer.

Print confidently with the industry's leading Hot Peel DTF Film.

Ideal for direct-to-film printers, this innovative film saves you time by allowing you to peel the image immediately after pressing.

Not only is the Hot Peel film vivid and vibrant, but it's also soft with a better feel.

Great for cotton and polyester t-shirts👕, hoodies, and more, the DTF film works like a heat transfer and is easy to apply with a heat press.

We recommend the Hotronix® Fusion™ IQ Heat Press


  • Reliable peel!
  • Ideal for direct-to-film and direct-to-garment printers
  • Industry-leading film allows immediate peeling of transfer paper
  • Vivid and vibrant colors for eye-catching prints
  • Soft texture for a superior feel
  • Suitable for cotton and polyester t-shirts, hoodies, and more
  • Functions like a heat transfer for easy application
  • Compatible with any DTF system

Frequently Asked Questions

What is heat transfer film?

Heat transfer film is a special type of material designed to transfer printed designs onto various substrates, such as fabric, using heat. The film holds the ink of the design, and when heated, it allows the design to be transferred seamlessly onto the desired item.

How does heat transfer film differ from heat transfer paper?

While both heat transfer film and paper serve similar purposes, the film is typically more flexible and translucent, making it ideal for stretchy fabrics or light-colored substrates. On the other hand, heat transfer paper is often more rigid and opaque, best suited for solid-colored, non-stretchy materials.

Can heat transfer films be used on non-fabric materials?

Some heat transfer films are designed for use on various surfaces, including wood, metal, and ceramics. However, it's essential to ensure compatibility before application. Check the manufacturer's specifications and recommendations for guidance.