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Just wondering if i should avoid getting the Chem on the print where i want it to stay.
For example if i got a spot next to the words on the front, And i spray the spot off, Ususally the chem migrates over to the print.
Just wondering the severity of this.
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Obviously it's best if it DOESN'T get into the ink you want to remain, but I've done it when some wicking can't be avoided. I've never had any returns or complaints because of it - so have to assume it isn't a huge deal.
 

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Yeah i tested it and it didnt wash out.
I think the chemical is used for this, with the presumption that it will be used with 3000 psi.
Wouldnt mind a few more opiions before i start Drenchin the shirts with it though!
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We always run a garment back through the dryer when the spray out fluid gets too close. It will evaporate any fluid left and it will re-cure the ink in the event the fluid started breaking it down.

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