Plastisols are the most commonly used inks for printing designs on to garments, and are particularly useful for printing opaque graphics on dark fabrics. On lighter fabric, plastisol is extremely opaque and can retain a bright image for many years with proper care. Plastisol tends to sit on top the threads instead of soaking into[…]
Discharge printing: The simplest explanation? Discharge ink is a water based product that is formulated to deactivate the dyes used on natural fabrics.The ink can be used to print colours on dark garments that in the past would have required an additional layer of white ink in order to achieve proper opacity of top colours.[…]
Silver, Gold, and Copper Plastisols provide a bright, non-tarnishing metallic sparkle to printed garments. The inks consist of fine, shimmering glitter flakes in a low-bleed, low-fusion, easy-to-print base.
A mixture of Discharge Base with Plastisol tops giving the finish garment a soft feel with vibrant colours
Is a process whereby a sewing machine or embroidery machine is used to create logos on textiles. It is used commercially in product branding, corporate advertising, and uniform adornment.
(phosphorescent) is a plastisol screen printing ink that produces a bright, greenish-yellow glow in a darkened area after it has been exposed to light.
Plastisol adhesive is used to produce brilliant metallic foil designs on textiles. The adhesive can be printed directly onto the fabric. Foil is then applied to the dried adhesive using a heat press.