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100% on stretchable Poly

Posted on Wed, 22 Mar 2006 at 3:49



Do anyone know what ink to use on direct print onto 100% knit poly t-shirt?

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CALIBRATED says: If the garment is any color other than white you will need a serious LOW BLEED INK to prevent dye migration, or whats called bleeding. A process where the dye in the garment colors the ink, red shirts ...

If the garment is any color other than white you will need a serious LOW BLEED INK to prevent dye migration, or whats called bleeding.

A process where the dye in the garment colors the ink, red shirts will turn white ink pink. You should use a product like Rutland Low Bleed Jersey<--Linked if you need a white ink.

Depending on the color of the garment, and ink you may be able to use a regular low bleed ink for your application. LOW BLEED COLORS. <--Linked

posted on: Thu, 06/15/2006 - 10:25pm

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