The potential of printable vinyl is unlimited because of its water-resistance properties. You can use it for many purposes like for craft, PVC pipes, protective gloves, etc. It's easy to peel off and stick on any surface features that makes it useful for many purposes.

Combining ethylene and choline creates the material for vinyl sheets. Although vinyl printing is done at large scale industries by using a vinyl printer and your desktop, you can do it at your home as well. Let's now move forward to see how to print on vinyl.

How to Print on Vinyl?

To print on vinyl sheets at home, you can follow these steps:

  • Inkjet or laser printers can be used for vinyl printing at home. Most of the crafters use inkjet, but lasers also work well for vinyl sheets.

  • After that, you need to arrange vinyl sheets that you can find online or in any craft store. 

There are mainly two types of vinyl sheets available- printable vinyl sheets and vinyl sticker sheets but it is generally recommended to use printable ones as they will not leave any residue after removing from the surface.

  • Cut the sheets: you can use the cry-cut technique or use computer machines but it could be expensive.

After acquiring the material, print on your vinyl sheets, cut them according to your need and use them.

Best Printer for Vinyl Printing

To print on vinyl at home, any printer could work with these sheets for starting. But if you need to buy a new one and that too especially for vinyl printing then we would recommend you to go with Canon printers.

Canon PIXMA TS9520 and HP  7155 are two of the best models to deliver quality results on thick vinyl sheets at affordable prices which will be easy to maintain with no risk for paper jams.