Fluorescent Lime Yellow and Silver | Segmented | Slant Right | Home Wash 50 cycles @ 60°C (ISO 6330) | OEKO-TEX 100 | EN ISO 20471 | ANSI/ISEA 107 | Dry-Cleaning 30 cycles (ISO 3175) | Don't Industrial Wash | Non-Flame Resistant

V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material - Introductions and Descriptions

V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material - Bi-color (Segmented) High Visible Home Wash Heat Transfer Reflective Tape is designed for ironing on safety garments, which are requiring high visibility at daytime, and high retro-reflectivity at nighttime. 

V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material - Bi-color (Segmented) High Visible Home Wash Heat Transfer Reflective Tape is composed of wide angle, exposed silver color retro-reflective lenses seamlessly integration in the middle of a high visible fluorescent lime-yellow or fluorescent red-orange layer,  bonding to a heat activeated adhesive.

For those garment which require properties of flame resistance bonding to the reflective tape, please select our flame resistant series of heat transfer retro-reflective tape.

Segmented operation on heat transfer reflective tape produce a lighter-weight, breatherable, more attractive product.

By seamlessly intregrating function of high visbility and high retro-reflectivity on the same surface, this series of high visible reflective tape conform to mutiple national standards for many types of safety garment.

V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material - Bi-color (Segmented) High Visible Home Wash Heat Transfer Reflective Tape help enhance the visibility of the wearer in nighttime or low-light conditions when illuminated by a light source such as headlights, by returning the light back toward the original source and reaching the automobile driver?s eye. The high visible (fluorescent) parts on the surface of retr-reflective tape give off high intensity of fluorescentness in the daytime to help wearers standing out of the working places.

V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material - Bi-color (Segmented) High Visible Home Wash Heat Transfer Reflective Tape is NOT applicable to Industrial Wash. Customers should choose the ANOTHER series of retro-reflective tape if their garments need be cleaned by industrial wash. Cleaning this series of high visible reflective tape by industrial wash will signifcantly decrease the duability of its lifespan.

Meaning of Product Codes

TF: Transfer Film (Iron-On Heat Transfer Reflective Film)

HW: Home Wash (Application, Dedication)

256025: 25 Home Wash Cycles at 60 oC (Tested to ISO 6330), 30 Dry-Cleaning Cycles (Tested to ISO 3175)

506025: 50 Home Wash Cycles at 60 oC (Tested to ISO 6330), 30 Dry-Cleaning Cycles (Tested to ISO 3175)

HV1: High Visible Lime-Yellow Color (Fluorescent) on surface of reflective tape

HV2: High Visible Red-Orange Color (Fluorescent) on surface of reflective tape

25L/R: One of the most popular segmented patterns. 1mm gap between 4mm slant reflective strips, 60 degree slant angle.

The durability of above descriptions were determined by laboratory testing. Product codes are just general descriptions of the key features of reflective tape. 

Physical Performance

V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material - Bi-color Hi Visible Home Wash Heat Transfer Reflective Tape meets or exceeds the following specifications which were classified by standards as "Separate Performance Retroreflective Material". All RA values are over 30 cd/lux/m2 measured at +5.0° entrance angle and 0.2° observation angle after tests are carried out according to following test method

Retro-reflectivity (initial): ANSI/ISEA 107-2010 level 2 , EN ISO 20471

OEKO-TEX 100: Product Class II

Abrasion: 5000 cycles (EN 530 Method 2) | RA  > 30

Flexing: 7500 cycles (ISO 7854 Method A) | RA  > 30

Cold Fold: -20° (ISO 4675) | RA  > 30

Temperature Variation: 50 hours @ 50 °C and 20 hours @ -30 °C | RA  > 30

Home Wash: 25, 50 cycles @ 60°C (ISO 6330) | RA  > 30

Dry-Cleaning:  30 cycles (ISO 3175) | RA  > 30

Wet Reflectivity: ANSI/ISEA 107-2010, EN ISO 20471 | RA > 15

Industrial Wash: 30 / 50 / 75 cycles @ 75°C (ISO 5797) | RA  > 100 

Flame Resistant and Fire Retardant: 

  • EN 469:2005; EN ISO 14116:2008; EN ISO 11611:2015; EN ISO 11612:2015;
  • NFPA 1971:2013; NFPA 1977:2016; NFPA 2112:2012

Retro-Reflective Performance

V-REFLEX? Reflective Material - Bi-color Hi Visible Home Wash Heat Transfer Reflective Tape exceeds the minimum retro-reflective requirements of EN ISO 20471, ANSI-ISAE 107 Level 2 (and other norms that are inherent from them), when tested at e = 0° or e = 90° in accordance with the procedures stated on standards.

Minimum coefficients of retro-reflection required by standards are shown as below table. (Coefficient of Retro-reflection * (R? or RA ) cd/lux/m2)

Observation Angle

Entrance Angle (?1, ?2=0)
























Measured on new product at +5.0° entrance and 0.2° observation angles, silver reflective part in the middle of tape typically has retro reflective performance as below table.

Initial Average  RA

Minimum RA



Heat Transfer (Heat Lamination) Guidelines

Handling Precautions

  • V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material - Heat Transfer Reflective Film/Tape contains an aluminum layer as part of their construction. Blemishing of this aluminum layer can occur if the PET film carrier is removed and the front surface of the product has direct contact from hands during application and is then exposed to hot and humid conditions, greater than 26.7 °C (80 °F) and greater than 70% relative humidity, for a period of weeks. These blemishes do not affect performance of the product.
  • V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material - Heat Transfer Reflective Film/Tape may not be compatible with some polyvinyl chloride (PVC, vinyl) film, especially those containing phosphate plasticizers. It is possible that some plasticizers may be able to migrate into the reflective material, making the reflective surface soft and sticky. We recommend that substrates always tested prior to production to ensure that they meet your specific needs.
  • Fabric finished with dyes containing sulfur compounds should not be used with V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material - Silver (Gray) Reflective Heat Transfer Film/Tape. Exposure to sulfur compounds in dyes or in the environment will darken the retro-reflective material and may effect retro-reflectivity.

Prepare For Heat Transfer (Heat Lamination)

V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material -  Heat Transfer Reflective Film/Tapes are recommended to follow below info to set up the settings on laminating equipments

  • Lamination Temperature: 130-150 °C / 130-150 °C
  • Dwell Time (seconds): 10-20
  • Line Pressure Firm: 30-40 psi

Above settings should be adjusted according to the pre-production testing results.

We also recommend below operations for mass production.

  1. Work on a flat surface where uniform heat and pressure can be applied. Avoid applying film over seams and stitches.
  2. Remove adhesive side line (if that product has one), exposing dry adhesive. Do not remove reflective side liner.
  3. Place V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material - Heat Transfer Reflective Film on substrate with the adhesive side down and apply heat and pressure as described in the table below. Place a non-stick slip sheet between the platen and laminating surface to prevent any excess adhesive transfer contamination.
  4. Allow application to cool to room temperature before removing the liner covering the reflective side (if that product has one). Place application on a flat surface and remove the liner by lifting one corner and pulling (about 45° angle) in a continuous, smooth manner.

Additional Precautions for Heat Lamination

  • 1- Do not exceed lamination temperature listed above as the PET liner may be melt and become difficult to remove. If high temperatures are required for bond durability, follow lamination steps 1-3 using recommended temperature, remove PET liner, and then laminate again at the higher temperature (using a non-stick slip sheet to protect reflective surface).
  • 2- The lamination temperature, time and pressure listed above should be used as a guide. Each substrate and reflective film combination should be tested to determine the best set of conditions that will meet customer requirements.
  • 3- Other lamination method, such as roll to roll, heat fusing and HF welding may also be used. The proper temperature, time and pressure conditions must be tested for each fabric to assure adequate adhesion and physical performance.
  • 4- Many fabric can be used as lamination substrate; however, some substrate such as nylons and fabrics treated with a durable water repellent (DWR) finish are difficult to adhere to.
  • V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material - Reflective Fabric is recommended for sewing on these fabric. If V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material - Transfer Film is desired, then continuous testing should be done to ensure acceptable adhesion is maintained as input materials may vary.
  • 5- The reflective surface of V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material can be difficult to adhere to and caution is required when applying other material to it. If you are laminating a V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material - Transfer Film to the surface of other V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material, then testing is recommended to ensure the adhesion meets the customer's specifications. It's also recommended that continuous testing should be done to ensure acceptable is maintained throughout the manufacturing process.

Guidelines for Finding The Best Laminating Settings

Prior to mass production, we recommend heat transfer (laminating) operators doing some test to find the best temperature settings, which are best for laminating V-REFLEXTM Reflective Transfer Film on their fabrics, by starting from a lower temperature, e.g 120 oC degree. 

  1. Get ready about 10 pieces of fabric (the specific fabric that users are going to run mass production of reflective transfer film transferring (bonding) to, A4 size),
  2. Get ready about 10 pieces of heat transfer film, which should be cutting from the same roll of reflective transfer film.
  3. First heat transfer film specimen on the first piece of fabric specimen with120 oC degree, 3-4 Kgs pressure, 7-15 seconds
  1. Second heat transfer film specimen on second first piece of fabric specimen with 130 oC degree, 3-4 Kgs pressure, 7-15 seconds
  1. Increase temperature a little bit higher than last testing on another piece of fabric specimen.
  2. Gradually increase temperature a little bit higher (5-10 oC degree higher each time) than the last one setting.
  3. Finally reach and find the temperature that is too high to damage fabrics (or / and) heat transfer film in such an operation
  4. Compare all tests which were done with this series of different temperatures
  5. Choose the proper temperature and pressure which is best for your fabrics
  6. Follow the same temperature and pressure for your mass production
  7. Follow the same operations to find the best temperature for your other fabrics.

As customers are using V-REFLEXTM Reflective Transfer Film on thousands and thousands of fabrics, we are not able to give the best solution for all our customers, we encourage our customers to test our material on their clothing to find the best TEMPERATURE, HEATING TIME, PRESSURE

Home Wash (Domestic Laundry) Guidelines

A colored clothing wash program without pre-wash should be used. Follow below recommendation could maintain the duability of retro-reflectivity to its maxium lifespan.


  1. Detergent: Brand powdered household detergents should be used.
    • Refer to the detergent manufacturer's recommendations for dosage in areas of high water hardness and for various degrees of garment soiling.
  2. Wash temperature range: 15°C to 60°C
    • Some items could be extended to be home-washed with a wider range of washing temperature than above.
    • Some items could be applicable to wash temperature ranging from 0°C to 90°C for those garment requiring harsher cleaning. Read the physical performance of each reflective tape for the details.
  3. Max. Wash time at highest wash temperature: 12 minutes
  4. Max. Program time: 50 minutes
  5. Use of temperatures lower than 60°C will increase the lifetime of the reflective material.
  6. Actual lifetime will be dependent upon the detergent system and list dosage level.
  7. Load factor higher than 65% might lead to enhanced abrasion of the retro-reflective material

Drying Conditions

Tumble Dry: Tumble drying should be performed in a commercially available household dryer

Air Drying: Line drying is recommended where possible.

Hang-Up Drying: on line or rack

Tumble drying and tunnel/air drying are both recommended and applicable to this series of retro-reflective tape. Follow below recommendation will prolong the durability of product.

    • Using the medium dry setting.
    • Exhaust temperature should not exceed 90°C.
    • Do not overdry.

Dry Cleaning Conditions

Cleaning process should be based on a pre- and main-bath only.

For P it is recommended to only use pure perchloroethylene.

Adjust load and solvent level to give a moderate mechanical action.

  • Max. solvent temperature: 30°C
  • Recommended drying temperature: 48°C

Care and Maintenance Instructions 

Washing/cleaning conditions harsher than those recommended below could significantly diminish the brilliance of the retro-reflective performance and shorten the product?s lifetime. Therefore, the instructions must be strictly followed.

  • No pre-soaking. 
  • No application of high alkaline products (e.g. heavy duty products or stain removal products).
  • No application of solvent detergents or micro-emulsions.
  • No additional bleaches.
  • Do not over-dry. Reflective material temperature should not exceed 90°C at any time during drying.

Special Cleaning Instructions  

  • For application on rainwear, a regular fluorocarbon treatment of the garment is recommended.
  • Chemical splashes should be removed with a soft, dry cloth. Cleaning the garment the same day is recommended.
  • Splashes of strong acids or alkalis should immediately be neutralized with plenty of water.
  • Contamination with toxic or poisonous substances or biocontamination will require the application of a specific decontamination process.
  • Application of high alkaline products, high pH-products, bleaches etc. is not recommended.
  • Do not over-dry. The temperature of the material should not exceed 90°C at any time during drying.

Don't Use Additional Bleach

  • No chlorine bleach.
  • No bleaches on oxygenic basis (e.g. sodium perborate bleaches).
  • Do not store a wash batch even in a low concentration of bleach.


V-REFLEXTM Reflective Material - Reflective Heat Transfer Film/Tape should be properly transferred to clothing, and bonding with clothing strongly. Improperly application handling may result in heat transfer film/tape falling away from clothing during daily use or cleaning procedure, especially in industrial wash cleaning operation.

We recommend that all customers, in accordance with good manufacturing practices, establish an ongoing quality system which includes maintaining lot/roll identification throughout the garment production process. Customer should also store input materials and final products in accordance with manufacturer  ecommendations, as well as implement continuous testing throughout their production and on their finished garments that reflects their garment needs.

For lamination operations, customers should periodically check their equipment to ensure that the temperature set point matches the platen or roll temperature and that the temperature is uniform across the lamination area.


Home Wash | Industrial Wash | Flame Resistant

Retro-Reflective Material

Sew-On | Iron-On

High Quality Level Requirements

Professional Use
  • Your Clothing/Products Are Designed to Meet The Top Quality Requirements in The Industries

Basic Quality Level Requirements

Economic Use
  • Your Clothing/Products Are Designed To Achieve The Best Competitive Advantage On The Market

Fantastic and Trance Requirements

Creative Use
  • Your Clothing/Products Are Designed To Create A Popularity and Trance All Around The World

Simple, Sew-On or Iron-On

Easy Use
  • Reflective Material Are Going To Be Handled On Your Clothing/Products Via Very Simple Methods

New Arrival !


Sew-On Flame Resistant and Industrial Wash

75 Industrial Washing Cycles, Tunnel Drying, EN 469, NFPA 1971/1977/2112


Iron-On, Segmented, Flame Resistant and Industrial Wash

Custom Segmented Pattern, 50 Industrial Washing Cycles, Tumble Drying, EN 469, NFPA 1971/1977/2112


Iron-On Flame Resistant and Industrial Wash

Fluo Lime-Yellow, Silver Reflex, 30 Industrial Washing Cycles, Tumble Drying, EN 469, NFPA 1971/1977/2112


Iron-On Customized Perforation

Custom Designs, Flame Resistant, Industrial Wash, EN 469, EN 14116/15025, NFPA 1971/1977/2112

Popular and Trance !


Best Seller

Sew-On, 50 Home Washing Cycles, 500+ Reflective Value, Silver Reflex


Most Cost-Effective

Sew-On, EN 20471, Gray Reflex, 50 Home Washing Cycles, 400+ Reflective Value


Top Rated

Sew-On, Flame Resistant, 75+ Industrial Washing Cycles, Tunnel Drying, Top Quality


High Recommended

Iron-On, Custom Segmented Pattern, High Visible, Fluorescent Lime-Yellow, Silver Reflex

Sew-On Series


Sew-On, Flame Resistant and Home Wash

30~100+ Home Washing Cycles


Sew-On, Flame Resistant and Industrial Wash

30~75 Home Washing Cycles

Iron-On Series


Iron-On, Flame Resistant and Home Wash Series

30-75 Home Washing Cycles


Iron-On, Flame Resistant and Industrial Wash Series

30-50 Industrial Washing Cycles


Increasing Sales

Print Your Logo
  • Print Your Logos, Brands, and Other Marketing Titles on The Frontside of Reflective Film/Tape.
  • Distributors, Wholesalers, Exclusive Agent, New Players in This Industry, Brands Advertisers, ... Could Not Miss This.

Up-Lifting Brands

Marking Logo by Laser
  • Laser Marking Your Logos, Brands, Images,... On the Frontside of Reflective Film/Tape.
  • Quality Garment Producers, Brands Owners, New Brands Advertisers, Brands Creators, ... Could Not Miss This

Make A Breathable Product

Perforation in Options
  • Customize Your Own Designs of Perforating on Reflective Tape

ARC Certification

Arc Flash Resistant
  • Tested To ICE 61482-2, ICE 61482-1-1/2, ASTM F1959
  • Comply To Standards and Requirements For Arc Flash Protection

Lightweight & Breathable

Segmented Designs in Options
  • Customize Your Own Designs of Segmenting.
  • Segmented Designs Not To Be Always The Same. Garment Designer, Fashion Makers Love This Very Much!

Third Parties Certify Performance

SATRA, TUV, CalCoast ...
  • Many Labs and Testing Agents Have Certified This Series of Reflective Tape