How to Make Jackets with 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective 5807

If you’re not decorating jackets with heat-applied
films you’re missing out on high margin opportunities. With new technologies, heat
printing jackets with CAD-CUT materials is faster and easier then ever. One easy way
to make money when printing jackets is to personalize the item with reflectives. All
workers that are exposed to vehicle traffic are required to wear reflective apparel. And
this creates an opportunity for decoration. As the weather starts to get colder, it’s
a perfect time to offer up personalization to your customers that will keep them safe
and warm. Instead of decorating an inexpensive t-shirt upgrade the garment to a jacket or
package items together to make more profit. When decorating items for these groups, try
CAD-CUT 3M Scotchlite Reflective on your vinyl cutter. It meets all the high visibility ANSI
safety codes that are needed for emergency personnel and road crews. It’s also waterproof
and durable, wash tested for the life of the garment. The strong adhesive will allow it
to adhere to a wide range of materials, so you can adhere it to your polyesters and your
nylons. And it will open you up to decorate a wide variety of jackets. Here I have a full
back design that’s 12 inches by 10 inches. The cost for the design in material include
waste labor and overhead is $6. The cost of this jacket is $35. Bringing my total cost
for this garment to $41. This personalized jacket could be sold to a group for $75 each.
Allowing you to make $34 on every jacket that’s sold. The steps are just as quick and easy
as decorating a t-shirt but will allow you to make double the profit on every garment
sold. So get started decorating jackets today. To order a roll you can visit us online at

7 thoughts on “How to Make Jackets with 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective 5807

  1. Respectfully, as 3M Scotchlite material does meet ANSI, putting a reflective logo does not meet ANSI. In order to meet ANSI, proper widths ( total sq. in.) and striping configuration must be met.

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