Staples does not print on transfer paper. Inkjet printers are typically used to make iron-on transfers — the laser printers at your nearest Staples will melt transfer paper because they use heat to print.
Its self-service printers also cannot print on transfer paper, customer service representatives said.
You can, however, purchase everything you need to print iron-on transfers at home at your local Staples. Staples sells things like printable or tracing transfer paper, as well as inkjet printers and ink cartridges.
Designs printed on transfer paper can be used for iron-on transfers applied to shirts, bags, and other fabric items.
You’ll need a clothes iron to transfer the design. If you don’t already own one, Staples sells irons too.
Businesses and individual customers seeking promotional products like shirts, hats, and other accessories, will find that Staples does offer a wide range of custom-made items, as an alternative to do-it-yourself iron-on transfers.
Other Places That Print Iron-On Transfers
Like Staples, the major office supply retailers Office Depot and OfficeMax also do not print on transfer paper (as previously reported). However, there are companies that do offer this service.
Minuteman Press is a major retailer that prints iron-on transfers, and you may also be able to find a local print shop that does this type of work. You can start with an internet search of “print shops near me” to get started.