Prosthetic Transfer Material

P.T.M. - Transfer Paper and Release Film 12" x 12"

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P.T.M's custom coated, double-sided release film is designed to release from Prosthetic Transfers with ease and minimal confusion unlike other one-sided release films. They only use premium water slide transfer paper that has been treated to give you maximum slip and water saturation when applying transfers, allowing your micro-thin edges to transfer to the skin as intended.

The large 12" x 12" Transfer Paper and 2X-Sided Release Film pack is the perfect size if you are looking to create large back, chest, or body Prosthetic Transfers. It also gives you the best control and value for cutting down your own specific sizes that you may need for large productions. View Instructions Here

Size: 10 sheet pack of 12" x 12"                       

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Doesn't adhere, will test again.

I've been making my own tranfers for about 3 years now, mostly small injuries for my out of the kit jobs. I purchased it because my go-to supplier was out of stock of acetate film, this was more material at a better price point and double sided. Plus, I have used their PTM in the past and liked that product. This time, I used the standard prosaide cream with PTM's film and for whatever reason, it will not adhere/lay properly onto the cream. I did not do anything differently as far as preparation and method. The transfers are "stuck" in the mold. That would not matter if each design was individually casted, they could be applied directly from the mold to the skin. I can still do that except it is one large mold of multiple pieces, it would be almost wasteful to apply them other than simply to practice coloring. I am not sure whether the prosaide cream or the acetate film was faulty. Or simply a mistake on my part. I'm going to test it again with their PTM with some single molds I have while I decide what to do with this current run.

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