The Jet pro soft stretch (JPSS) s the best inkjet paper for light Garments and the Alpha Gold/Jwtwear dark (same paper different name) is best for dark garments. I know there are some changes comming soon that will make the heat Transfer paper a more viable option. The announcement and availability will be made by the manufacturer soon. .... JB
thanks for the input guys. i really think i need to change the ink that i'm using. i have a lot of problems with sublimation ink in tshirts. a lot of tries and still not meeting my expectations. anyway, i really appreciate the info guys.
You have to use 100% polyester or one of those special cotton shirts with the poly overlay that will accept those inks. I think Softlinks is one of them.
Here is a thread on it.. If you search Softlinks, you'll find threads on it, and more alternatives. They are costly compared to cotton shirts, but if you want to use a cotton product, you'll need to re-work your process to include something like this:
If your using dye sub ink,you need to have polyester garments to get the best results. I have used 50/50 with decent results and I have used cotton with a poly coated transfer paper. The results on coton or 50/50 are not reliable. ... JB
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