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Mugs - standard and glass


Dye sublimation printable mugs

Mugs for sublimation printing
Our very popular white Rhino coated Wycombe mug and our clear glass mug. Both available in boxes of 36 or individually.

Order numberName Quantity
Price
21MUG00136Wycombe mug - boxBox of 36
33.00
21MUG00101Wycombe mug - singleSingle
1.35
21GMG01036Glass mug - boxBox of 36
48.60
21GMG01001Glass mug - singleSingle
1.90

The Wycombe mug - box of 36 mugs Ref: 21MUG00136  


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The Wycombe mug - a white Thailand manufactured Rhino coated mug for dye sublimation printing. Can be pressed in all standard mug presses and mug wraps. Dishwasher safe. Packed in boxes of 36. 80 mm diameter, 90 mm high. For larger quantities see our Mugs by the Pallet page.

The Wycombe mug - single mug Ref: 21MUG00101  


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Clear glass mug - box of 36 mugs Ref: 21GMG01036  


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Clear glass mug for sublimation printing. Can be pressed in all standard mug presses and mug wraps. Hand wash recommended. Packed in boxes of 36. 80 mm diameter, 90 mm high.

Clear glass mug - single mug Ref: 21GMG01001  


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Printing instructions
Pressing time for all standard mugs, in an Europa mug press, is approximately 3 minutes 15 seconds at 190º c - please check manufacturers instructions for other presses as this can vary. Pressing time using our mug wraps in a conventional/mug oven is around 15 minutes at 190º-200º centigrade however mug ovens can vary and this is only a general guideline.

We recommend that you saturate your colours a little when printing on the glass mugs in order to facilitate a more colourful result. Also make allowance for the fact that the 'base' colour is clear rather than white.
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