Pro Roe keep abortion safe and legal shirt

(3 customer reviews)


If you’re an experienced screen printer looking for a unique effect, we recommend trying out a technique called burn out printing Pro Roe keep abortion safe and legal shirt . Essentially, an acid chemical is applied to a garment, which removes any natural fibers, such as cotton, leaving behind only synthetic fibers, like polyester. Depending on the fabric content and weight of the T-shirt, the print will look a bit sheer or, in some cases, leave the dyed synthetic fibers behind.

Pro Roe keep abortion safe and legal shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt

Pro Roe Keep Abortion Safe And Legal Shirt Classic Women'S T-Shirt
Classic Women’S
Pro Roe Keep Abortion Safe And Legal Shirt Long Sleeved T-Shirt
Long Sleeved
Pro Roe Keep Abortion Safe And Legal Shirt Unisex Sweatshirt
Unisex Sweatshirt
Pro Roe Keep Abortion Safe And Legal Shirt Unisex Hoodie
Unisex Hoodie
Pro Roe keep abortion safe and legal shirt Classic Men's T-shirt
Classic Men’S

We teamed up with Michael over at DTLA Print to see how two of our blends worked with burn out printing Pro Roe keep abortion safe and legal shirt . We applied this technique to several Heather CVC fabrics as well as a few Triblends. Since our Triblend material is only made of up 25% cotton (vs. our heathers, which are 52% cotton), the results were a bit less sheer. The process for burn out printing is basically the same as a screen print. The only difference is you’re not using traditional ink, but instead an acid chemical. With that in mind, we recommend this technique to more experienced printers, since you have to be extremely careful working with those types of chemicals. Once the chemical is applied through a screen, the garment will need to go through the dryer at 300 degrees F about four to five times in order to activate the chemical. You will be able to see when the chemical is activated once the print looks like a dark brown color. The color you see is literally burned cotton. You’ll then need to wash the garment to remove all the burned cotton, leaving behind just the synthetic fabric. As for the artwork, since fibers are literally removed from the garment, you’ll need to be careful that the design works when it’s sheer. As Michael mentioned in the video above, thinner lines work best. A design that is too solid simply won’t work because then the material will become too thin. It’s also important to make sure the artwork isn’t over any areas on a tee that you wouldn’t want to be sheer (i.e. chest). Michael also recommends that you do extensive testing before printing over any seams, in case the garment is sewn together with a cotton thread. We’re curious how many of you have tried this effect before. Head over to our YouTube channel and leave a comment on our video letting us know what you think!

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3 reviews for Pro Roe keep abortion safe and legal shirt

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    Virginia Patton

    Great Shirt
    I do screen printing as a hobby for family and friends, this shirt works for me as its not expensive, but great quality. Fits as stated by size chart. Works wonderfully for screen printing.

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    Jerod Grant

    Excellent prompt service quality product

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    Diane Wyant

    Love these shirts, so comfortable!

    Some of the reviews complain these aren’t heavy like advertised, and I agree they aren’t particularly heavy. I’d say they’re average weight. But they are exactly what I was looking for and I am very pleased. I purchased the maroon. I’d say they run a tad small. I’m a 150lb women and was looking for a loose fit and had trouble deciding between ordering the medium or large. I went with the large and I’m glad I did. I want to order more colors. I only wish I could order a single one or that they had more varied color combinations.

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