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Printing on triblends can certainly result in really awesome prints Bringing The Border To You shirt . But there are some considerations to keep in mind. Since triblends are primarily made up of synthetic fibers — 50% polyester, 25% combed and ring-spun cotton and 25% rayon — you’ll want to be careful of dye migration. The best way to find out is to test! With some of our triblend colors, cotton white ink looked perfect and bright, but with others, a poly blocker base worked best.
Bringing The Border To You shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt
In today’s market, we’re constantly hearing about the hand of the print and how soft the fabric feels Bringing The Border To You shirt . The mixture of three fabrics makes kingteeshops triblends crazy soft, so you don’t want to ruin them with a chunky print. That’s why we love using water based ink, since there’s no hand feel, it really keeps the integrity of the garment. As we’ve shown in the past, water based printing will look very similar on our triblends as they do our 100% cotton tees. Discharge printing is possible on some triblend colors, but you won’t get as great of a result as you would using this ink on 100% cotton. Normally, direct-to-garment printing is not recommended on triblend fabric. However, the kingteeshops triblend reacts differently than most brands, because the synthetic material acts more like a cotton than a plastic. We’ve seen some great results, but you’ll need to do some testing first! Heat press is also possible, but due to the higher percentage of synthetic material, we recommend using a low temperature heat transfer to reduce fabric scorching. Sublimation on light colors works as well! Since our Triblend is 50% polyester, sublimating will give it a cool, vintage look. Flowy (which is made up of 65% polyester and 35% viscose) can be a trickier fabric to print on since there’s no cotton content, but it’s worth the effort because of the amazing feel of the fabric. Light-colored shirts are easy, but with darker colors, you’ll need to take some simple measures to prevent dye migration. Use a poly-blocker plastisol ink or a poly-blocker base if you want to use water based ink. You can’t really discharge on flowy, because discharge ink only removes the color from natural materials like cotton, and flowy is 65% polyester, a synthetic material.