These are our standard plastisol inks. We can mix any custom or Pantone/PMS color for a one-time charge.
These are our standard discharge inks. We can mix any color for a one-time $25 charge. Please read below to understand discharge’s limitations and advantages.
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.
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.
These are our standard waterbase inks. We can mix any color for a one-time $15 charge. Say!
Soy inks are also available!
Direct-to-Garment printing (AKA DTG or Digital) uses 4-color process printing to create all its colors, the same way 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.