generally the base is the color blocker.
For rel iff ones use the gray base from wilflex.
stops anything it seems
November 26th, 2014 11:34 AM
Re: Printing pink on black poly shirt
I have customer who is asking for a black performance shirt (100% poly) with a hot pink print for her basketball team's cancer awareness game.
I plan to use a white underbase with some low cure poly ink but I can't find any hot pink ink that is made for polyester. If I use a standard plastisol for the pink am I going to run into bleeding problems? Any advise?