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I had accidentally purchased a blended ink supply of sublimation and pigment. I was informed that pigment ink is the best for cotton where as sublimation it more for polyster, rubber and those kind of materials. I am looking to do other stuff in the future but for right now just shirts [preferrably 100% cotton].

I was told that this ink will be just as durable as pigment with the quality detail of sublimation.

Would anyone be able to vouch for this interesting blend?
 

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Yes you can use that type of ink on 100% cotton shirts

I am currently using blended ink as well [sublimation/pigment] and I must say I have no real complaints. The quality is amazing, it's just as durable as pigment, and unlike pigment it doesn't clog up the nozzle heads on my printer.
 

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The name of the company is green products. But it is specifically for Epson printers [which I have the WF 7610].
 

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I'm confused. Are you using a dtg to print onto cotton and expecting that to stay? If so, my concern would be whether the ink would come off or fade in a high heat dryer. A wash test before commitment to your clients would be your best bet.
 
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