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Skeleton lifes a dance you learn as you go vintage shirt
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The t-shirt is covered with Skeleton lifes a dance you learn as you go vintage shirt . an adhesive Then the foil comes over that adhesive. Once it is laid down, the excess is removed. Where there was adhesive on the shirt, the foil will stay.Where the adhesive was not, the foil will be gone. Smooth, right?Usually, foil printed t-shirts don’t last that long through washes.An alternative is metallic inks. It won’t be as shiny, but they’ll hold up much longer. Also, they’re cheaper to do. So, if you want to pull off gold colors there are multiple ways to do it.A lot of print on demand printers will use this method. Dye sublimation is your design printed out onto a giant piece of paper. This will be big enough to cover the entire t-shirt. For this, we use a special type of paper called sublimation paper. First, the design is printed out on that giant sheet of sublimation paper. After that, is turned over, so that the ink touches the t-shirt.
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Then, a heat press compresses that ink onto the t-shirt, which causes it to stick Skeleton lifes a dance you learn as you go vintage shirt . When the paper is removed, your bright colorful design will appear on the t-shirt. Because of the way dye sublimation works, your t-shirt needs a really high polyester count. So if you want a 100% cotton t-shirt, the sublimation is not an option.Anyway, this is a cool method of printing because is full-color. You can use as many colors as you want and it won’t impact price. However, dye sublimation is the most expensive way of printing t-shirts. There are many steps involved and it uses a lot of ink. The price is the opposite of plastisol ink.As a closure, I prefer screen printing, because I like the process and colors hold up really well. Also, it covers up all the professional ways of printing. From basic to the high-end products. On the other hand, direct-to-garment printing has come a long way in a short period of time. About this, in a future article. Stay tuned!
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