thanks will give it a go i was thinking the same about the high polished surface just didnt know how to transferIt is difficult to transfer on items that have a high polish. Sometimes it needs a little rub with something like a 320 paper and then clean with acetone. Also try a little heat to the stainless before you transfer. If you have a buffer you might try high polish on other objects to see if there are differences.
When I do a laser transfer I use a heat gun after it is transferred to the item. This will set the transfer and keep it from rubbing off.
Yes acetone? The straight acrtone seems to be hit and miss on some metals. I had huge problems on silver and sometimes on brass.Yes using it
Thanks I'll give it a goYes acetone? The straight acrtone seems to be hit and miss on some metals. I had huge problems on silver and sometimes on brass.
Now I use a cheap nailpolish remover to both clean the surface and to transfer. In between I use 3M magic tape to remove the last bit of oil or residue.
I noticed that on polished stainless I had to apply the transfer nice and wet with a cotton ball and let it sit for a few seconds. If I let it dry completely, the transfer comes straight off. If I take the paper off when wet...there is a nice transfer.
This works for me....hope it helps