Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

What products can we offer to wholesalers?

Our products are mainly divided into three categories:Inkjet Printing(including photo paper,printable adhesive paper,PVC card),Transfer Paper(heat transfer paper,sublimation paper,water transfer paper),Craft Materials(adhesive vinyl,PET special texture,tattoo paper,craft accessories).
Yesion provide you with one-stop purchasing service in the print media industry.

How do I get free sample from Yesion?

When you browse the product you need from our website, you can contact us by phone ,E-mail or whatsapp,our sales will communicate with you to confirm in time, and then send you free samples.

Is all photo paper the same?

The quality of photo paper is measured in colour range, archival properties, instant dry-to-touch and other factors of quality. It is the ‘receiving layer’ that determines it. This chemical layer is designed to receive the huge amounts of ink laid by the printer during the printing process.

What is the difference between Luster and glossy photo paper?

While glossy paper has a gloss surface, lustre paper has less gloss. The details are sharper in glossy paper when compared to the details in a lustre paper. When glossy paper has a smooth texture, lustre paper is slightly textured.

Which photo paper is better glossy or matte?

In most cases, a matte finish is better than a glossy finish because photos look incredible, and there are fewer downsides. Most professionals use a matte finish because of the great image quality, nice texture, zero glare, and how good it looks in a frame or behind glass.

What is the difference between Pearl and glossy photo paper?

Often, a pearl finish photo will have a slight texture. The combination of a soft sheen and texture can create a very lovely look for your finest photos. Since a pearl finish is less reflective than a glossy finish, pearl finish prints work well under glass and are easy to view from many angles.

Why do my photos look different when printed?

One really common problem with printed images is that, compared to the photo on screen, they look really drab and dark. This is because screens and printed images are fundamentally different things: a screen displays images by directly emitting light while a print reflects the ambient light.

How long do photo prints take to dry?

As a general rule, you can handle and work with photo inkjet prints as soon as the come out of your printer. They are “dry to the touch” but in reality it takes about 24 hours for an inkjet print to fully cure and dry. There are some points you should know about and consider when you are printing.

What's the difference between glossy and satin?

Gloss has a higher sheen, also sometimes called lustre, than satin which means that it has a higher reflective level, commonly twice as high as satin. While neither hides imperfections, a gloss surface reflects more light which means it will highlight flaws more than a satin finish.

Can you make your own iron on transfers?

The iron on transfer printing method is a simple, no-fuss and no mess way to apply a design or complex image to a t shirt or other fabric. To print your own t shirt only requires a design, a home or office printer, an iron, and something to print.

Can I use adhesive vinyl on shirts?

You can use adhesive vinyl on shirts, but it will not last long. Adhesive vinyl works best on smooth, hard surfaces. It will easily peel off of fabric and will not withstand washing, making it a better option for stencils that don’t bleed through. It can work temporarily for short-term decals.

How do you transfer a tattoo from paper to skin?

Make sure the sticky substance is thoroughly rubbed into the skin, leaving it slightly moist. Press the design side of the paper firmly against the moistened skin. Hold it in place and gently smooth over it with your free hand. Do not let the paper slip, or it will smear the ink.