Printer Type: Laser Printers
Our Sticker Paper is designed for use with laser printers. These printers use a laser beam that “draws” onto the paper, which is ideal for our sticker paper.
Instructions For Use
- Start by printing a test copy of your design onto standard printer paper.
- Once you are happy with the result, insert one sheet of your Sticker Paper at a time (this will help avoid paper jams)
- Load the clear sticker paper into the paper tray of your laser printer. Ensure the glossy side of the sticker paper is facing in the correct direction as per your printer’s manual.
- Adjust the printer settings. Select the “High Quality” or “Standard” print quality setting in your printer software. Choose “Label” as the media type.
- Start the print job. Carefully monitor the first print to make sure the settings are correct.
- Carefully cut out the design using scissors or a cutting machine (e.g. Cricut).
- Make sure to read the instructions to your Cricut machine before using it.
- Clean the surface to make sure any dirt, dust, or grime is gone.
- Peel the sticker away from the backing paper.
- Place on a desired surface using your thumbs to smooth it out.
- Always refer to your printer’s user manual for specific instructions about loading specialty paper and adjusting the print settings.
- Use high-resolution images for the best print quality.
If you’re having issues with the print quality or paper feeding, try the following:
- Clean the print head. Your printer’s user manual should provide instructions on how to do this.
- Try a different printer setting. You might get better results with a different media type or print quality setting.
- If the paper is not feeding correctly, make sure it is loaded properly and not stacked too high in the paper tray.
If you continue to have issues, please don’t hesitate to contact our customer support team at [email protected]. We’re here to help!
Please note that the performance of our Sticker Paper can vary based on individual printer models, ink quality, print settings, and other factors. Always perform a test print to ensure satisfactory results before printing a large quantity.