If your transfers are bleeding after the wash, this may be because there was too much ink put down during the print. Transfer papers cannot absorb the amount of ink that most photo printers put down. The excess ink stays sitting on top the transfer causing it to run when it comes in contact with water. Try printing on a lower quality mode like “text/graphics” and on “plain paper” settings. You also should make sure that the transfers are being wash carefully with cold water, inside out, no heavy detergents, and no fabric softeners or bleach.