When sending my t-shirt designs to the printer should I convert all the colors to Pantone colors even if they do not ask for it. would that make the designs turn out nicer on the t-shirts or anything?
It is ideal to have your colors as Pantones, this helps communicate accurately what color/tone/shade you want.
This won't technically make your prints nicer on the shirts, it's just away to control how we specify colors and communicate between parties. Wether your printer actually follows the Pantone colors you give them is another story.
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