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When I started printing 19 years ago all we used was waterbased inks.
I love the finish and feel of a wterbased ink.
All that preston says is true except that Discharge only works on 100% cotton shirts that have been reactive died. They are as easy (hard) to work with as waterbased inks. You need a dedicated water resistant emulsion if you plan to do long runs as well.
I sell chino base in the u.k. and love the stuff, the other product rutland do is hydrosol which gives the matt finish of a waterbased ink. So you may wish to consider these products as well.

Having said that I am going to use 100 percent waterbased inks when I get running properly, using discharge clears and whites for base plates on dark shirts. I just cant get enough of the look and feel of a good waterbased shirt print.
Phil
 
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