A client wrote to ask, “I have been having a problem with printing white on dark (bet you haven’t heard that before). I do a print-flash-print with a high opacity white. I also tried another white that I got with my machine. The problem is that the surface is really rough and you see a lot of fibers in the finish. I have gone through the forums on the Internet and the advice has not helped. I am printing 100% cotton tees and have tried multiple designs on mesh counts from 110 to 158. I have tried just about every squeegee method without a noticeable change. The design looks good from a distance and washes okay, but I am concerned about the longevity of the print.” This is my response…

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