Have questions?
We have answers


Do you have artwork guidelines?

How do I place an order?

Click the "Order Now" link, easy as pie.

Created your own gang-sheet? Select the upload option, upload your file and add it to the cart.

Want to build a gang-sheet online? Use our online builder, then follow the steps to add your new creation to the cart.

Either way, we've got you covered.

How long does it take to print my order?

24 to 48 hours – we're quick on our feet! Once your payment hits, we hit the ground running to get your order printed and out the door.

What are your minimum order requirements?

Just two gang-sheets! Which is 2 meters of product. Small but mighty, we say.

Each gang-sheet is 55cm x 100cm in size.

What shipping company do you use?

Australia Post or Interparcel, depending on your location.

Postage is $17.95 flat fee.

Soon we will be introducing more options including Express shipping.

When will you ship my order?

Same drill – 24 to 48 hours after payment. We don't dilly-dally; as soon as the printing is complete, we send it out to you.

Will I receive a tracking number?

Absolutely. We’ll email you the tracking number so you can watch your order's journey from us to you. It's like a mini-adventure for your package!


Can I have different gang sheets to make up the 2 sheet minimum?

Absolutely! You make up your minimum 2 gang sheet order of 2 of the same sheets, or two different ones. The choice is yours.

How do I setup a gang-sheet?

There are many ways you can setup a gang-sheet!

The easiest way is to use our online gang sheet builder tool, which can be found by clicking here.

You can check out our comprehensive tutorial on all of the features and how to use our online builder tool here.

If you prefer we have a guide for setting up gang-sheets in Adobe Illustrator too.

Can you set up a gang sheet for me?

Sure, for a cool $150 we'll do the heavy lifting. All you need to do is email us at hello@pressandpeel.com.au and make a request.

Or, you can flex those DIY muscles with our guides for Photoshop, Illustrator, or our nifty online tool. Your call!

What I can put in my gang sheet?

Throw in designs, photos, logos – mix colours, sizes, go wild. It's your gang sheet fiesta!

What is a gang sheet?

A gang sheet is a group of designs, photos or logos placed within a specific sheet size perfectly suited for printing.

In our case, our gang sheets are 55cm x 100cm in size.

What is your gang sheet size?

55cm wide x 100cm tall. That's a lot of room for your creations!


Do you have instructional videos for how to press and peel?

We will have plenty of videos coming very soon!

How long do I press the transfer film for?

A quick 10-second press – it's practically a high-five.

You might need to slightly adjust this depending on your particular press, and what you are pressing onto.

What is the best type of press to use?

Any press that knows how to squeeze. Pressure is key.

There are a lot of options out on the market specifically designed for DTF transfer, even presses custom made for pressing onto hats!

What temperature does the heat press need to be?

The ideal temperature is 155 degrees, combined with a lot of pressure to ensure the film bonds to the fabric properly.


Do I peel the film off quickly or slowly?

Peel the film off in one swift, quick movement.

How long do I wait before I peel the transfer?

Wait until the film has cooled to room temperature and then peel, in one swift, quick action.

You don't want to peel slowly as this can damage the print.


Can I print white on a black shirt?

Absolutely. You can print lights on any dark colours and vice versa. The results are pretty fab too.

Can I use Pantone colours in my files?

You bet. Pantone away!

How do I use fluro/neon colours in my designs?

We'll be uploading a special neon colour chart very soon so that you can easily just click and apply our neon colours to your files!