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Sublimation Process

When you put a design that was printed using sublimation ink together with a sublimation blank the following things happen:

The sublimation blank material expands slightly and opens up microscopic pores.
The sublimation ink is rapidly heated and changes into a gas.
The blank absorbs the ink gas.
The blank cools and the microscopic pores or fibers close up and permanently lock the ink into place.

The absorption of the ink gas results in a permanent, high-quality design transfer. This is why properly sublimated products don’t fade or wash away. Ink is embedded into the sublimation material on a molecular level. Other printing methods typically apply ink to the surface of a material.