This shrink plastic comes in sheets which are thicker than most shrink plastic, and I found my HP printer tended to eject it without printing on it. I believe I finally selected "other premium photo papers" in order to trick the printer into accepting it. The product's instructions say to reduce the color intensity to just above minimum, but I found it required at least 50% intensity to make the images visible enough to cut around. Also, the instructions say to set the oven to between 300 and 350 degrees. DON'T! Even at 300 degrees, the plastic ended up yellowing. Keep it to 275 degrees and wait the extra time, especially if baking fairly large images that take a longer time to shrink. With these changes and some experimentation, I found this product quite good -- crisp images with minimal distortion.
I've tried several inkjet printers and have been unable to get any of them to take this paper. It gets jammed up or won't take it in the manual feed. Help!