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Kitboga it’s not a cult shirt

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Because of their high rayon count Kitboga it’s not a cult shirt . Kingtheeshops and poly blend garments have a much higher sensitivity to heat and are prone to scorching. This means you should avoid flashing when at all possible. Since underbasing requires you to flash your first layer of white ink, you should also avoid using a white underbase in your prints.

Kitboga it’s not a cult shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt

Kitboga it’s not a cult shirt Classic Women's T-shirt
Classic Women’s
Kitboga it’s not a cult shirt Long Sleeved T-shirt
Long Sleeved
Kitboga it’s not a cult shirt Unisex Sweatshirt
Unisex Sweatshirt
Kitboga it’s not a cult shirt Unisex Hoodie
Unisex Hoodie
Kitboga it’s not a cult shirt Classic Men's T-shirt
Classic Men’s
Since you’re not printing with a flash in-between each color, you should start brushing up on your wet-on-wet printing instead Kitboga it’s not a cult shirt . This will give you a softer, more vintage looking print, but will protect your garments from the issues that overheating them will cause. The best inks to use for these kinds of garments are either water based or plastisol inks. While discharge printing is possible, it will only properly discharge the cotton and natural fibers and leave the synthetic fibers with their original color, which makes the print look vintage or worn. Plastisol inks will give you a brighter and bolder looking print, but often end up with uneven textures due to the fiber differences in the garment. We recommend using a high solids acrylic water based ink, like Green Galaxy HSA Water Based Inks, to get the most vibrant and soft print possible when screen printing on poly and tri-blends.Poly and tri-blend garments are really some of the softest and most highly requested garments in the fashion screen printing realm, and while they present some difficulties that other garments types don’t, they aren’t impossible to master. Take your time when explaining to the customer how these kinds of garments will affect your prints, and always remember to test test test before running a full job on your press. There are other natural and naturally-derived fabrics which are also suitable for screen printing, albeit with a few caveats. Silk provides an ideal surface for screen prints, but do keep in mind that thinner fabrics absorb less ink than thicker ones. What this means is that you shouldn’t expect the same look as what you’d get with cotton or wool, and furthermore, care must be taken during the printing process itself.
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2 reviews for Kitboga it’s not a cult shirt

  1. James Ashby

    Good quality tees, accurately sized. Print quality is not 100% perfect, but still good. Fair delivery time too.

  2. Chris Locklin

    Awesome shirts!
    These shirts are great. There are many reviews stating that they are not heavyweight but they are much heavier than the regular ones. Also, I would order one size larger than normal because they do shrink in the wash. I purchased the white and they are very bright and not faded at all and unlike many T-shirt’s, they are not too narrow but just the right width. Definitely worth purchasing.

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