This process uses the same environmentally friendly, phthalate free plastisol ink as our standard printing, but the ink is chemically reduced to have a softer feel on the shirt. This process is best suited for light colored shirts. As a rule of thumb, if you want your ink to be opaque, the ink color must be darker than the shirt color. Printing light colors on dark shirts will result in a distressed, vintage look.
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The shirts that Whitney and the Orchard Street gang did for IronCupcake were awesome. The prices were reasonable and the turnaround was great.
-Sandy Ploy, IronCupcake