These are our standard plastisol inks.  We can mix any custom or Pantone/PMS color for a one-time charge of $15.

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Semi-smooth Metallics

Shimmer Inks (fine glitter)

Glitters

Waterbase Shimmers

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Fluorescent

! While exact ink colors are always difficult to simulate accurately on a computer screen, fluorescent colors are impossible to replicate on a computer monitor. These are meant as an approximation of the actual color.

 

Glow in the Dark

 

Suede Inks

! Suede ink additive can be added to almost any of our standard plastisol inks!

 

Photochromic (color-changing inks)

! Colors appear transparent until exposed to sunlight. That’s cray-cray, yo.

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These are our standard discharge inks.  We can mix any color for a one-time $20 charge.  Please read below to understand discharge’s limitations and advantages.

 

What is discharge ink, you ask?

Discharge printing uses a chemical process to remove the dye in the fibers of a shirt and replaces it with a new color or leaves the natural cotton color when no color is added. It allows for a clean, soft and breathable print on your apparel. If you are concerned about the plastic-feeling, make-your-back-sweaty-in-the-summertime, raised ink that screen printed shirts sometimes have, then discharge is for you! It’s some sexy stuff.

Here’s some important stuff you’ll probably want to know

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These are our standard waterbase inks.  We can mix any color for a one-time $15 charge.  Say!

Waterbase inks are much softer and lighter than plastisol inks.  Plus, they breathe once washed (unlike plastisol), making them especially well-suited for large, solid prints.

 

Waterbase Shimmers

* Soy inks are also available!

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Direct-to-Garment printing (AKA DTG or Digital) uses 4-color process printing to create all its colors, the same was an inkjet printer does. Printing this way has distinct advantages, but a couple disadvantages too. For a detailed comparison of Screen Printing and Digital/DTG Printing, check out our FAQ on it.