I'm going to print a job on some orange camo t-shirts. I've read allot about these shirts having dye migration issues. I'm wondering if I will have an issues printing black ink on these. I will probably p/f/p just to be safe. Do any of you have experience with this. If so please offer any tips. I don't want to under base if it isn't absolutely necessary. Thanks for any replies.
You can see bleeding with camos even through black ink. PFP might help but I can't say for sure. We've printed black on camo without a base before and it was noticeable, but it was just one stroke with no flash.
Well I did the job with a low bleed poly ink. I added a low cure additive to the ink so I didn't have to heat the shirt up as hot. I got some dye migration doing it that way. It wasn't much but there was some. The customer didn't care cause it really wasn't that noticeable. I will use the gray as an under base in the future.
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