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Discharge Pink turning Beige at edges

 
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Old August 6th, 2018 Aug 6, 2018 8:54:02 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Discharge Pink turning Beige at edges

Hi been using CCI Discharge inks for 5 or so years no, never encountered this problem.

Basically using CCI pink (80% white 20% warm red) and at the very edges and fine detail it is discharging beige/white instead of the pink it should. I have tried 5% activator (as standard) 4% and 6% but the outcomes were the same.

Printed onto Gildan 5000 which discharge fine every time.

Any suggestions as to what i may be?
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