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We use Eco-Sol Max ink / Roland 540 Print/Cutter / Easyprint vinyl by Stahls.

We heat press these logos and they look great. They don't peel off over time but a few have come back with faded logos.. Not minor fading... Up to 70% fading (Within a month of purchase)

Suppliers (Plural) and manufactures (plural) claim customers are washing with harsh detergents or bleach and that's the reason why.

Well, that's great but, even in a situation where I warn a customer to wash "correctly", somebody somewhere is inevitably going to wash "incorrectly".. especially a few months down the road.

They're has to be a vinyl or ink product that can resist this fading.
Any ideas?
OR.. is there a clear vinyl material that we could heat press over the digitally printed vinyl to help "seal" or protect against washing?

Thanks for help in advance.
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We use Eco-Sol Max ink / Roland 540 Print/Cutter / Easyprint vinyl by Stahls.

We heat press these logos and they look great. They don't peel off over time but a few have come back with faded logos.. Not minor fading... Up to 70% fading (Within a month of purchase)

Suppliers (Plural) and manufactures (plural) claim customers are washing with harsh detergents or bleach and that's the reason why.

Well, that's great but, even in a situation where I warn a customer to wash "correctly", somebody somewhere is inevitably going to wash "incorrectly".. especially a few months down the road.

They're has to be a vinyl or ink product that can resist this fading.
Any ideas?
OR.. is there a clear vinyl material that we could heat press over the digitally printed vinyl to help "seal" or protect against washing?

Thanks for help in advance.
D

We do not have an Easyprint vinyl... Is it Expressprint? Did you purchase from us?

Thank you,

Nick
 
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