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Cowint 13"x328' Double Matte Warm/Cold Peel DTF Film – Premium Quality – Authorized Distributor

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Original price $89.99
Original price $89.99 - Original price $89.99
Original price $89.99
Current price $79.99
$79.99 - $79.99
Current price $79.99

Experience Unmatched Quality with Armor Ink & Cowint DTF Film

At Armor Ink, our relentless global search for the best DTF film is rooted in a commitment to excellence. We are thrilled to announce our official partnership with Cowint, whose revolutionary manufacturing techniques set new industry standards.

Cowint's state-of-the-art, five-layer manufacturing process ensures exceptional product features:

  • Superior Ink Absorption: Prevents moisture issues, eliminating concerns about glue edges caused by unabsorbed ink.
  • Enhanced Durability: Offers increased wear and static resistance, maintaining the integrity and vibrancy of your transfers.
  • Smooth Peeling: Features a finely tuned peel layer for a flawless finish, ensuring your colors remain true without fading or alteration.
  • Quality Control: Ensuring consistent results is key and that is why every shipment is inspected before it leaves the manufacturers facility.

Say goodbye to the common pitfalls of inferior films, such as problems with peeling, fading, and color distortion. With Armor Ink and Cowint, you're choosing trusted brands dedicated to providing a premium experience for our customers.

Elevate your projects with our top-tier DTF film—because your best work deserves the best material.


Width Offered:

Roll Length: 100m (328 feet)

Thickness: 75um (micrometers)

Inner Core Diameter: 3.25"

Outer Diameter: 5.5"

Weight: 15.6lbs

Peel: Cold/Warm Peel

Application Instructions


• Start by adjusting your heat press to the ideal temperature, based on whether your garment is 100% cotton (300F), 100% poly (260F), or a blend (280F).

Pro Tip: Before pressing, use a lint roller to ensure that all stray fibers are removed from the pressing surface.

• Place your garment on the heat press and press for 5-10 seconds to eliminate wrinkles and moisture. This will prepare the fabric for the transfer.

Note: Pre-pressing your garment is not strictly necessary but it can help if the garment is extra wrinkled or has been stored in an area with excess moisture.

1st Press

• Carefully position the DTF transfer in the desired location on your garment and use your chosen method to align it as needed. If you are pressing on hats or other oddly shaped items we recommend using heat resistant tape to ensure the transfer won't move. In general, heat tape is not required as your garment should be laying flat.

• Once aligned properly, press at the recommended temperature for your material with HEAVY pressure for (10-14 seconds 100% cotton/blends), (3-10 seconds 100% poly)

Pro Tip: When pressing on a material that you have never used before, you may need to do a test run and adjust your settings to find the sweet spot with what works for your setup.

Warm/Cold Peel

• After pressing, allow your garment to cool for 15-30 seconds. Slowly peel the transfer starting from one corner. If it doesn't release easily, let it cool completely and then try again.

• Note: If you encounter significant resistance while peeling, troubleshoot as follows.

1. If the design does not transfer after pressing, it means there was not enough pressure, heat or time. Try pressing again with more pressure and time(+5 seconds).

2. If the transfer is still not adhering after pressing and cooling, try adding increments of 10°F until you find a temperature setting that gives you the best results for your setup. **The additional presses will not damage the transfer.

Pro Tip: We recommend having an infrared heat gun to test the temperature of your heat press. This will allow you to know if it is heating accurately and if there are any "cool" zones.

2nd Press

• Cover your design using Parchment paper and press again for 10-14 seconds. (3-10 seconds 100% poly). This second press will increase durability, remove shine and soften the design. If you prefer a glossy finish, you can use a Teflon sheet for the final press.

Pro Tip: You should be able to see fabric lines showing through the design after you have completed this step. This ensures that the design is properly adhered.


Congratulations, you're now a pro at using Armor Ink DTF transfers! This guide isn't just about educating you; it’s about empowering you to create professional-quality garments every time.

For any questions or additional guidance, email our team at

Refund Policy

Armor Ink is committed to offering premium supplies. In the rare event of any issues, we assure easy returns and hassle-free exchanges. Reach out to us within 30 days of receiving your supplies.