Custom UV Stickers By Size Permanent UV Decals

Custom UV Stickers By Size Permanent UV Decals

Regular price$1.49

Print any design and apply our UV DTF stickers to any hard surface with amazing durability. 

Do you have larger-size images or bulk images?
Use our UV Sticker Gang Sheet Builder


With our UV DTF Transfers, where lasting vibrancy and adhesive prowess meet, you can unleash your creative side. Bring your designs to the next level and personalize laptops, water bottles, car windows, and more. Place your order right away to personally witness the combination of durability, innovation, and ease of use.

  • Unmatched Adhesive Performance: With our UV DTF Transfers, you can experience the very best in adhesive innovation. These stickers are made to stick, and they look amazing on laptops, water bottles, car windows, and other surfaces.
  • Extraordinary Sturdiness: Our UV DTF Transfers combine the best adhesive qualities available with state-of the art UV DTF technology to create designs that are incredibly durable and long lasting.
  • Bright Colors That Last: Our DTF Transfers, have vivid colors that remain over time even in the face of extreme weather and sunlight.
  • Safe for dishwashers and microwaves: Enjoy convenience without sacrificing quality. Your designs will stay vivid and intact thanks to our UV DTF Transfers, which are not only bright and strong but also safe to use in the dishwasher and microwave.
  • All file types accepted, vector files are always preferred, raster art should be at least 300 dpi.
  • We Strongly recommend PNG format files with no background.

Your orders shipped in the next business day. Shipping usually takes 1-5 days depending on your location. We do not accept returns because of the nature of the product. Although, if there is a print error we give store credits back.

  • 1. Prepare your surface and give your UV DTF Transfer a pre-squeegee.

    Setting Up the Area: Before applying the UV DTF Transfer, wash the item's surface with soap and water or a 50/50 solution of rubbing alcohol and water. The surface becomes more resilient to wear and tear the cleaner it is.

    Pre-Squeegee: Lay the design face down with the white side facing up after cutting out your UV DTF Transfer. Apply firm pressure and move the included squeegee or credit card back and forth three to five times over the area. This squishes the artwork onto the clear carrier sheet.

  • 2. Removing The White Backing From The Clear Carrier Sheet

    Make a tiny tear to release the clear carrier sheet from the white backing. Keep tearing away from the design. Next, take the clear carrier sheet off of the white backing VERY SLOWLY. This guarantees that each element of your design will lift onto the transparent carrier sheet. If not, place it back down, use the squeegee once more, and attempt to pull the area that didn't lift from a different angle. Peeling should be done more slowly the more thin and divided design elements there are, like small text. You don't have to be as careful when the design elements are larger.

  • 3. Attaching the UV DTF Transfer to your item

    Determine the item's placement area first. Next, arrange the design so that it begins at one side and ends at the other. This will assist with placement control, lessen bubbles beneath the design, and prevent the carrier sheet from wrinkling, which could result in offset or overlapping design elements. Advice: To make it easier to hold, leave one edge of the carrier sheet elevated.

  • 4. Last Step of UV DTF Transfer Application

    Once it is in place, apply firm pressure to it by moving the padded end of the squeegee back and forth three times. This makes your product stick to itself. To keep something to grip, avoid squeezing over the edge of the squeegee. Now is the time to peel VERY SLOWLY. Once more, make sure every component of your design stays on your item by checking carefully as you peel. Grip inward as you peel to keep the peel under control. If none of the components transfer, you can try laying the clear carrier sheet down again, giving it another good squeeze, and trying to pull the area that didn't lift from a different angle.