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You May Say I’m A Dreamer But I’m Not The Only One John Lennon 1940 2980 Thank You For The Memories shirt
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Plastisol screen printing is the traditional style You May Say I’m A Dreamer But I’m Not The Only One John Lennon 1940 2980 Thank You For The Memories shirt. Of screen printing that has been around forever it is the most commonly used ink for screen printing because it is the cheapest and most user-friendly. It works on all types of fabrics, produces bright colors and is perfect for color matching. Like the name implies, plastisol inks are essentially plastic. The major downside to using plastisol inks is that the thickness of the ink can make the final print a bit on the rough side, which can feel heavy and less breathable. Colors can also bleed together when they touch and you do not get as much detail. Very detailed prints with small dots or lines may not print well.
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