I'd be surprised if there aren't more than a couple printers doing plastisol all over. I think the main rubbing points are buildup around seams, and tack. WB/Discharge releases more easily from the screen.when i wanted to outsource a job last week and checked in with a few companies i have used in the path the companies demanded it be done discharge printing method. this wasn't possible with the exact shirt my client wanted because of the fabric blend.
i mean i get the soft feel of the ink blending into the fabric opposed to plastisol but CAN"T you do all-over prints with plastisol?
and how is the garment placed on the platen when doing the discharge method and how is a multi-color possible if it were to have gradients and multicolor to be registered correctly......i heard you place the shirt on top of the platen so therefor there could be no adhesive sprayed onto platen to prevent shirt from moving everytime you print a color.
just asking....as the info out there on the internet is whack.
As for information on the internet... It surely can be.