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Where to get Inkjet Prints (Vancouver)

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Where to get Inkjet Prints (Vancouver)

Hello Members ,
1st Time Posting, excuse me if its in wrong selction.

I want to print tshirt (own family picture)
I have Avery Fabric Transfer Paper. But i don't have Inkjet Printer.

Can someone please give me some clue where can i print these papers with (INKJET) . Anywhere in Vancouver ? Where they allow me to print on these my own papers . Any wild guess about pricing will be bonus.

Waiting for reply . Thanks in advance .
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RickH9678 wrote: Hello Members ,
1st Time Posting, excuse me if its in wrong selction.

I want to print tshirt (own family picture)
I have Avery Fabric Transfer Paper. But i don't have Inkjet Printer.

Can someone please give me some clue where can i print these papers with (INKJET) . Anywhere in Vancouver ? Where they allow me to print on these my own papers . Any wild guess about pricing will be bonus.

Waiting for reply . Thanks in advance .
Perhaps you should look into just purchasing a cheap HP inkjet printer? They've been deals for instant ink printers with free (15 page per month) subscriptions for as low as $40 in the past. With a pack of these avery shirt pages, you'd be printing around a dozen or so pages anyway to use them up.

Amazon might sell return/open box printer units, but I'm not sure if they would quality for the free 15 print/month subscription. Also only certain models qualify for the free plan.
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nintendo wrote: Perhaps you should look into just purchasing a cheap HP inkjet printer? They've been deals for instant ink printers with free (15 page per month) subscriptions for as low as $40 in the past.
I honestly think this is going to be the best deal.
Ink isn't cheap and a t-shirt transfer is going to be 100% coverage as opposed to 5%.
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Thanks for reply bro .

Actually i dont want printer at all. And maybe i will print 2 - 3 pages only. Rest of the pages will be stored .

Can you suggest something else. Paying per page is easier for me. Waiting for reply
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Kiraly wrote: Another thought: are you sure inkjet is what you need and not laser? Inkjet ink is usually water soluble. One wash and bye bye image.
It says Inkjet in the corner.
I would imagine the "paper" is special to make it retain ink or something.
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Feb 8, 2019
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Kiraly wrote: Another thought: are you sure inkjet is what you need and not laser? Inkjet ink is usually water soluble. One wash and bye bye image.

Yes. Need inkjet printer . I went to Staples and london drugs today . They said . Inkjet prints are not a problem but using customer's own papers is not allowed .

Face With Rolling Eyes No idea for now where to go
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Ok . guys i found solution ( There is a shop in Downtown called "Minuteman"

This shop is 1 stop shop for any type any size Print Job .
A4 size Transfer paper + print is 3 dollars (full high colored INKJET)
Price may change according to number of pages or if you bring your own Transfer Paper.

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