To be honest with you, there was a little fibrillation on this as I did not brush the pretreatment into the weave. I noticed this during the print (on an mPower) as one of the white channels was having a slight problem and I did not get the best underbase that I was hoping for.
I am going to re-do the print again today on the back. Already have the shirt pretreated and brushed in this time. Need to double check that problem white channel and then reprint. I will post the results later today.
In the meantime, wanted to share another shirt printed yesterday on a Gildan 50/50 safety orange. Same graphic printed on an in-house Epson based printer. Awesome white underbase and fantastic colors!!
Great print!Looks so clean!
How is the wash with Firebird pretreatment? We have a tons problem with Image Armor these days....leave ugly marks on t-shirts, even on black t-shirts ( Gildan, Alstyle, Bella, American Apparel. Seems ok with Fruit of the Loom). We did not have problem when they published. We start to experience problems from second purchase ( bought a few gallons after test the first batch).... some bottles are very week ( we had to applly much more ), some bottles then so strong ( then cut down). We think they do have problem with quality control, though their dealer ( in this forum) said it is user problem. We have to switch back to Dupont pretreatment.
"Washing".....Image Armor is better than DuPont. But the ugly mark stops us to use it. We had wasted a lot of t-shirts.
If Firebird is good with DuPont ink, We might start to use Firebird.