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Underlay for dark garments

Posted on Mon, 4 Oct 2004 at 8:48



What brand or type of plastisol ink has high opacity for printing on
dark fabrics? I'm trying to do a white underlay
and it isn't working very well. I got some generic ink to start with
and am very dissapointed.

Ryan Miller

I found a maxopaque union ink on dickblick.com is this ok to use or is
there something better. Thanks again

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Anonymous says: When it comes to ink you get what you pay for. You may also find the ink will change colors on 50/50 shirts if it's not a low bleed version. Union Maxopake is a very good ink and I have had excellent ...

When it comes to ink you get what you pay for. You may also find the ink will change colors on 50/50 shirts if it's not a low bleed version. Union Maxopake is a very good ink and I have had excellent results from thier entire product line. For an underbase I would suggest the PAFC-1050 LOW BLEED WHITE. For all other printing use the Diamond white.

posted on: Tue, 10/05/2004 - 11:35pm
Anonymous says: dear sir for dark ground firstto remove the moisture on garment you fuse of stamp the plain garment first on printed area and use union ink high opacity palstisol inks with low mesh screen and give more ...

dear sir
for dark ground firstto remove the moisture on garment you fuse of stamp the plain garment first on printed area and use union ink high opacity palstisol inks
with low mesh screen and give more pressure on stroke
ganesh babu
sunlight agenceis
india

posted on: Thu, 11/11/2004 - 3:13am

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