Yes like stated above pre-press your t-shirt and try increasing temp by like 5 degrees. What kind of heat press are you using?When U transfer the image, using plastisol, it's not coming out right, it looks like it has water spots or it's blotchy.
Anybody help me???
I'm using a BLACK MAX press, but get this, I was practicing on another t shirt, it was white, and it came out perfect, I mean you couldn't ask for any better.
I have the heat setting at about 375, I bumbed up the pressure a bit, and like I said the white shirt came out perfect.
The T shirts these folks want is black. are there different material used in black, is there a specific brand that is better than others for black?
It's got me bumb fuzzeled, if all else fails lol they gonna have to back to white t shrts, lol
Good point on the the transfers. The Black max press is a relabeled mighty press, so you have a great press. I have not noticed colored tees requireing anything different as far as press time. I wish you the best. ... JBFirst off, Make sure your plastisols are made to be pressed on darks if your buying from proworld or other vendors. The reason i say that is because they do specify that some are only to be pressed on LIGHT garments and some for DARKS. Im thinking that's why your WHITE tshirt came out good and your DaRK is coming out bad.
sure sounds like the transfers were made for light colored garments... i too would like to see a pic of the result to better guage what is happening upon pressing.Up your temp to 410 and press for 14 seconds med. to light pressure. Post a pic of the transfer if you can as I may have special instructions for you. Oh and who makes the transfer is another good idea to post.