my money is on the brother compatible pretreat.
I really hope so. Brother is doing a disservice to its users by not actively working on a pretreatment able to print on Poly blends garment. I have turned down so much work because a lot of customers complaint about the shrinkage of 100% cotton. No matter what brand. Print comes out beautiful but after a wash or two the shirt shrinks up to three inches. Customers ask for 50/50's and it is impossible to print dark garment with Brother's white ink. I always suggest the customer to go a size larger for 100% cotton to make up for the shrinkage issue. If anyone knows of any pre-treatment that works with Brother's white ink let me know. Image Armour at this time doesn't have the ability to do that.my money is on the brother compatible pretreat.
So if Image Armor Light is used white 50/50 fabric, how does the finished print compare to 100% cotton based on color and washability?A heads up, no one is doing dark polyesters, or doing it well at the moment. It is an ink/pretreatment issue - synthetic fibers are not our friend in the printing world (at least on BLACK and dark polyesters).
White polyester is a breeze with IA LIGHT. It looks like sublimation. But, this is about something different........
LOL they misspelled "MEMBER" ON THE FLYEROoooh, what's it going to be?
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