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Kingteeshops literally translates to “beautiful canvas Uraraka Christmas Kawaii My Hero Academia Christmas shirt .” Meaning, all of our products are created for the purpose of embellishment. One of the reasons we started our YouTube channel was to showcase all the cool ways you can decorate our blank garments. If you’ve been watching our videos the past couple of weeks, you would have seen a series of specialty treatments Eagle Promotions showcased on some of our Fast Fashion products. Eagle is one of the biggest merchandisers in the game, and they have made a name for themselves by offering unique T-shirt embellishment techniques. Keep reading to learn more about the different specialty treatments!
Uraraka Christmas Kawaii My Hero Academia Christmas shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt
Flock and foil is a mixed-media effect that combines two treatments Uraraka Christmas Kawaii My Hero Academia Christmas shirt . Foil printing is a technique that we’ve seen increase in popular over the years, because it adds that extra glam to any design. Flocking creates a velvet effect that is soft to the touch. While at Eagle, we were able to see the two unique effects, combined with a simple plastisol screen print done on our Women’s Rolled Cuff Muscle Tee. The unique thing about about what Eagle offers is that they use the ROQ Eco machine to print all three of the effects in line on the same machine. The process begins with a foil adhesive. Then, once the foil is applied on the automated machine, the plastisol inks are added and then the two are flashed to make sure they adhere to the fabric. Then, it’s time for the flocking. Static electricity raises the flock fibers and then allows them to fall down through the screen, directly on top of the flock adhesive. Finally, the excess flock is vacuumed up, and you’re left with just our design that has a soft velvety feel. You can watch the full detailed process in our video! High Density is a thicker type of ink that can be layered on to create a dimensional effect. This treatment allows for clean edges and a high level of detail, which you can’t achieve from other ink, such as puff ink. You can get a variety of effects using HD ink. For instance, you can make it a thin layer, so it looks like faux stitching or even use multiple layers to elevate it to create a faux aplica look. You can even add texture or apply foils to it – it’s really versatile!