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If we use a higher quality shirt, will we be able to decrease the amount of white ink we use? Or, is pretreat the determining factor? I know that higher quality shirts we'll be able to use less pretreat.

We currently use Gildan SoftStyle, but as many of you know, the quality of the individual shirts can vary wildly. But, we need to keep our costs down, and we only print and sell our own designs, so no clients to make happy but ourselves.

Always trying to find a way to decrease white ink usage. #thestruggleisreal
 

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If we use a higher quality shirt, will we be able to decrease the amount of white ink we use? Or, is pretreat the determining factor? I know that higher quality shirts we'll be able to use less pretreat.

We currently use Gildan SoftStyle, but as many of you know, the quality of the individual shirts can vary wildly. But, we need to keep our costs down, and we only print and sell our own designs, so no clients to make happy but ourselves.

Always trying to find a way to decrease white ink usage. #thestruggleisreal


You bring up a very good point.

The answer is that higher the quality of the shirt you print on, the lower the amount of white ink you will need to achieve a bright white print.

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