Custom T-Shirt Printing:
- All Shirts are Pre-treated with a binding agent in order to use white ink.
- Your shirt will have press marks which will release after first wash.
- We suggest washing your shirts inside out in cold water.
- DTG printing on dark fabrics requires a thick white underlay that may crack over time, sadly this is an unavoidable part of the process.
What Is Direct to Garment (DTG) Printing?
Direct to Garment Printing, also known as DTG printing, is a relatively new method of printing on garments and similar to an ink jet printer.
Studio22 has the ability to print a full range of 16 million colours directly on your shirt for one low cost. No iron-ons are involved.
So how does it work? The ink will soak into your garment and becomes part of the shirt itself. When you run your hand over the shirt, you will not feel ink.It will always be a part of the garments and won’t crack or peel over time.
There is no minimum order for DTG printing.
Full-colour DTG printing looks best on these colors
All black DTG printing looks best on these colours
Full Colour Dark DTG Printing
Dark DTG printing is similar to Light DTG printing, execept that it uses white ink. It is also 3–4 times more expensive.The only way to achieve true ink colours is to print on a white shirt or lay down white under your image. This is where dark DTG printing comes in handy. If you need to print on a black shirt, you need dark DTG printing.
Any colours below need white as an underbase.