Don’t be a monkey Shirt

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When printing on darker flowy garments Don’t be a monkey Shirt . Or any other fabrics that have a high polyester content, you’ll want to use a poly-blocker base to prevent any dye migration that might occur. You can do this with water based or plastisol ink, but when choosing an ink, you’ll want to take the artwork into consideration. For thinner designs, plastisol will work great, but for larger designs try to go with a water based ink.

Don’t be a monkey Shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt

Don’t be a monkey  Classic Women's T-shirt
Classic Women’s
Don’t be a monkey  Long Sleeved T-shirt
Long Sleeved
Don’t be a monkey  Unisex Sweatshirt
Unisex Sweatshirt
Don’t be a monkey  Unisex Hoodie
Unisex Hoodie
Don’t be a monkey  Classic Men's T-shirt
Classic Men’s

Plastisol is great when your artwork doesn’t cover a lot of surface area Don’t be a monkey Shirt . For example, if you are printing a smaller design, or something with a lot of thin lines, you won’t be adding a ton of weight to this light-weight, soft fabric. Whereas, if the print has a lot of coverage, plastisol ink will take away from the softness of the fabric. Plastisol is a great ink for beginners as it’s super easy to work with. If you’re a beginner trying to screen print on our Flowy fabric, we recommend using a plastisol ink. However, as we mentioned above, the fabric is really soft, so we only recommend plastisol ink with artwork that includes thin lines. Since our Flowy products are made up of 65% polyester, to avoid dye migration, be sure to use a poly-blocker base first. Once you lay down the base and flash it, then you can move forward as usually screen printing with plastisol. Traditional water based ink is more transparent, so if you’re looking for a soft-hand screen print on a dark-colored poly-viscose garment, you’ll want to use a base. Since water based ink is so sensitive to work with, this technique is for more advanced screen printers. It’s a great solution for getting a soft-hand solid print on our Flowy fabric. All you need to do is find a water based poly blocker that you will lay down first. Then, after flashing, apply some spray silicone and lay down the colored water based ink on top. The base will allow the color to be vibrant, but still keep that soft hand.

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2 reviews for Don’t be a monkey Shirt

  1. Patrick Kremer

    He ain’t heavy but he’s my summer shirt …
    Yes it’s true. These are not “heavy” but they are Cotton. They are well made. They are less than $6 each and they will work for summer wear.
    Buy up a size and shrink to your actual size.
    Good cheap Tees.

  2. Virginia Patton

    Edward Bell
    Pretty soft and durable I wore these regularly I wish there was a tag print inside the shirt if you take the tag off you’re not always sure which way you’re supposed to put it on

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