Which ones have you tried. Have you called anyone of your suppliers or companies directly to request samples? Part of the equation is your technique so make sure to try before you buy.
Great point and grossly understated. A BIG part of the equation is art prep, screen/press set up and print technique.Part of the equation is your technique so make sure to try before you buy.
This acually can happen flashing, curing, or a wash or 2 later. That's why I now only use poly inks for any poly products as I had a customer call me and after 2 washes called about some bleeding. They bought them in and weren't upset and I offered to replace they said no so I told them I would give them 10% off next order. They have since been in twice and I gave them the 10% second time also. They said didn't happen on the other shirts. I had used Ryonet white many times before without issue on 50/50. That could have been costly since first order was 50 shirts.when does the bleeding happen? while printing? flashing? curing? washing?