We had every color of our top selling solids, heathers, and triblends tested with three types of
plastisol ink and a discharge base.
Check out the results below.
100% Airlume Combed and Ring-Spun Cotton
We recommend cotton ink for all our 100% cotton tees. We never over-dye our fabrics, which makes them perform well with discharge ink. Typically, it is not recommended to discharge on tricky colors that are found in the green and purple families.
52% Airlume Combed and Ring-Spun Cotton, 48% Polyester
All our our Heather CVC colors work great with cotton ink, meaning even without a poly blocker there is virtually no dye migration. The only colors we recommend using a 50/50 or poly ink are solid black blend, yellow gold, and orange heather.
50% Polyester, 25% Airlume Combed and Ring-Spun Cotton, 25% Rayon
The majority of our triblends work well with a cotton ink. Our denim triblend is better with a 50/50 ink and there are a few tricky colors that we recommend using a grey barrier ink on the first pass then a 50/50 or poly ink on top. Discharge results on triblends vary because the poly and rayon don't take the discharge ink, so we recommend using a soft hand plastisol to complement the triblend fabric.