Discharge is the process of chemically removing the pigment in the T-shirt and then printing on the raw material that is left with regular screen printing ink. It basically removes the need for an under print.
Flocking is the process of applying different types of fibers or materials that contain adhesive to other materials. Flocking may be used in a wide range of applications.
A "Burnout shirt" is a poly/cotton blend shirt that has had the cotton chemically burned out of the shirt, either the entire shirt, or just a portion of it. This process leaves only the polyester, which is not a suitable substrate for water base inks.
Heat-Transfers are a process where a highly detailed digital images are printed on to a piece of plastic coated paper and then heat-pressed directly onto the fabric of a garment in order to transfer that image. If you are unsure of whether you need to place your image on a Heat-transfer or use the Screenprinting process, email us a copy we will help you decide.
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