Stahls’ Rose Gold HTVs is now available in the UK in Standard, Stretchable and Glitter Heat Transfer Vinyls
We’re pleased to announce that Stahls have launched Rose Gold Heat Transfer Vinyls in the UK in their best selling T-Shirt Vinyl (Sportsfilm Extra) and Stretchable HTV Vinyl (Premium Plus), in addition to a Light Rose Gold HTV to complement the existing Rose Gold HTV previously introduced in Glitter HTV. All of the colours are in UK stock and available to order via the website for Next Working Day delivery, with free delivery to UK Mainland address on orders over £100 excluding VAT (terms and conditions apply).
Sportsfilm Extra T-Shirt Vinyl is an OEKO-TEX® Standard 100-certified, heat transfer garment vinyl with a soft hand finish and comes with a medium-tack backer which makes it quick and easy to weed. Thanks to its hot-peel application process for just five seconds it can increase productivity and profitability compared to other HTVs, and is available in 40 different colours. It’s also suitable for multi-layer applications, making it a versatile and easy-to-use everyday product for use on a t-shirt, hoodie, polo shirt and much more.
Prices start from £4.70 per metre, and are based on 500mm wide rolls sold per metre, excluding VAT and delivery (if applicable)
Premium Plus HTV Vinyl is extremely stretchable, and is also an OEKO-TEX® Standard 100-certified HTV which is a thin, durable and matt clothing vinyl which is perfect for sportswear, promotional wear and workwear alike. Thanks to its enhanced adhesive, it’s suitable for multi-layer application and for applying onto coated (waterproof/showerproof) garments subject to testing. It’s also PVC and Phthalate-free which makes it more environmentally-friendly and more suitable for application onto kidswear. Its great features makes it a complimentary product to Sportsfilm Extra T-Shirt Vinyl.
Prices start from £4.95 per metre, and are based on 500mm wide rolls sold per metre, excluding VAT and delivery (if applicable)
If you want to create amazing bling effects, Glitter HTV will ensure that your designs stand out and make a lasting impression – Choose from Light Rose Gold and Rose Gold HTV, along with a wide selection of other dazzling finishes that can add glitter and sparkle to t-shirts, jeans, sweatshirts, hoodies, caps and much more. It’s very easy to cut and weed, and is perfectly suited for medium to large detail. This full-glitter effect vinyl/flex comes in a great range of 48 different colours and creates a unique finish to any design.
Prices start from £6.45 per metre, and are based on 500mm wide rolls sold per metre, excluding VAT and delivery (if applicable)
Rose Gold Heat Transfer Foil Also Available
In addition to the three Stahls’ Heat Transfer Vinyls, Rose Gold in also available in Stahls’ Heat Transfer Foil for those looking for a metallic finish on a garment or promotional piece which has been pre-printed with either CAD-Cut Adhesive, silk-screen inks, plastisol-based custom heat transfers or ExactPrint CLC heat transfer paper.
After printing the intended design, the foil is placed over the printed area, heat-applied and then removed to reveal a foil finish which is retail-quality and complies with industry standard wash tests and are available in 26 different finishes, including Rose Gold.
Prices start from £12.00 per roll, and are based on 300mm wide rolls in set lengths of 7.6m, excluding VAT and delivery (if applicable)
What is Rose Gold?
Rose Gold is a shade of Pink with a soft, golden finish which has a certain vintage appeal and has been particularly popular over the past few years, mainly thanks to a range of Apple products first made available in Rose Gold with their iPhone range of smartphones back in September 2015.
Where Did Rose Gold Come From, And Why Is It So Popular?
Rose Gold started in 19th Century Imperial Russia when Carl Fabergé mixed Yellow Gold and Copper together to create a blushed colour which was then known as Russian Gold, and he used this blend of metals in one of his famous creations, the Fabergé Eggs. Subsequently, as this precious metal became popular among jewellers around the globe, it became known as Rose Gold. Afterwards, in the 1920s, Cartier sparked a new trend in Rose Gold jewellery and it’s popularity has existed ever since. In more modern times, the popularity of Rose Gold in various smart phones, gadgets and high-street fashion makes it a popular choice for many fashion-conscious individuals looking for a blend between luxury and fashion.
Each year, the Pantone Institute names it’s Colour of The Year, trying to capture the world’s most popular trends within that colour, and they named Rose Quartz, a derivative of Rose Gold (along with Serenity), their 2016 Colour of The Year. Leatrice Eiseman, an executive director of the Pantone Institute, stated “There’s a lot of research that goes into what colour means and how it makes a statement to most people. When we get to the Rose family, we get these same kinds of verbiage: Compassion, composure, warmth, something that draws you in that has great appeal.”
How Durable is Rose Gold HTV?
We’re happy to confirm that when applied with a heat press and washed at the lowest temperature recommended by either the garment or HTV, Sportsfilm Extra T-Shirt Vinyl, Premium Plus Stretchable HTV and Glitter HTV have all been tested to meet the Stahls’ promise of 50 washes which is the industry benchmark for HTV durability.
Due to the combination of fabrics, weaves, and dyes used in the textile industry, testing is recommended – We offer free A4-sized samples of all of our Garment Vinyls, including the different types of Rose Gold HTV, for testing purposes and would be happy to send them out for you to try.
How Do I Choose The Best Rose Gold Heat Transfer Vinyl For Me?
Due to the high number of enquiries we get from individuals trying to find the most suitable HTV to meet their needs, we’ve created a comprehensive, UK-specific Heat Transfer Vinyl Guide on how to choose the best vinyl which will hopefully help you to determine the best HTV to fit your requirements. Alternatively, feel free to contact us by telephone any time between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday on 01253 349917 or by email at email@example.com and we’d be happy to discuss your specific needs and give you our advice.